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Stars Flood The Grand Ole Opry House For Reopening Night

Nashville, Tenn., -- A Flood of a different kind took place last weekend as the Grand Ole Opry celebrated its return to the Opry House after torrential flooding in May left nearly 8 feet of water standing in the building before the Cumberland River settled back in between the banks. Last Saturday's flood was a wealth of stars. The grand reopening of the Opry House brought out a wealth of Grand Ole Opry.
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