To honor the late Country Music legend George Jones, Great American Country will broadcast his funeral service live from Nashville's Grand Ole Opry House on Thursday, May 2 at 11:00 a.m. Eastern/ 10:00 Central. Read on to see which superstars will be there to pay tribute.
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Just days after his passing, the announcement has been made that George Jones’ funeral will take place this week and will be open to the general public. The memorial is set for Thursday, May 2 at The Grand Ole Opry House in Nashville, TN, starting at 10:00AM.
Country Music Hall of Famer and member of the Grand Ole Opry, legendary country singer George Jones passed away today at the age of 81. Read more here. RIP, Possum. [ Comment on this story ] [ Subscribe to the comments on this story...
Check out this just-posted live performance of Dustin Lynch's earworm of a single "She Cranks My Tractor."
Take a look here at talented Country vocalist Mark Wills performing "Looking For America" live from The Grand Ole Opry. It's a song that showcases the raw and real power of Country Music and what makes it such a unique art form.
Here's your chance to see a soft, gentle side to Kip Moore on his third hit single from Up All Night. It's one of the critical favorites off the album and he showcases it acoustically here, live from a recent Grand Ole Opry performa...
Charlie Daniels is recovering after getting a pacemaker implanted, his publicist said Thursday. The Grand Ole Opry star, 76, checked into a hospital earlier this week with a mild case of pneumonia and then was diagnosed with an irregular heartbeat. … Continue reading ?
Last year, Lifetime announced that Jewel would star in a biopic of June Carter Cash. Now we have video evidence that Ring of Fire is real! In this clip, we see Carter join her first husband, Carl Smith, onstage at the Grand Ole Opry for a folksy comedy bit and ... More »
There’s something incredibly powerful about a dream, and for Kayla Slone, hers came to life under the bright lights of the Grand Ole Opry with thousands of people on their feet. “It made me realize that this is what I could do for the rest...
NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- Jack Greene, a longtime Grand Ole Opry star who earned fame with the hit "There Goes My Everything," has died in Nashville...
The superstar Country Crooner passed away late last night and in his honor we thought we'd dig up his best-known song and share it with y'all. Take a listen ot the Grand Ole Opry legend's "There Goes My Everything" here.
Country music singer and Grand Ole Opry star Jack Green has passed away at age 83. He died at home in his sleep, after battling Alzheimer's disease.
In a bit of sad news, "There Goes My Everything" singer and Grand Ole Opry star Jack Greene Passed Away peacefully in his home last night. The singer was the first-ever winner of CMA's Male Vocalist of the Year award in 1967. Read on here to learn more about the Opry Star's career and passing.
This past Friday on The Grand Ole Opry, Balsam Range performed with John Driskell Hopkins to promote Daylight, the album they recorded together last year. Hopkins has made his living in music for some time, as both a side man and songwriter, and is in the [...]
Charlie Worsham shows off his talent and instrumental ability with "Could It Be," his debut single for Warner Music Nashville. Take a look here at this live performance from a recent Grand Ole Opry performance.
Nashville, Tennessee. Another city seeded in music, country and country pop oozes from this town. Also known as NashVegas, Music City and of course, The Grand Ole Opry, this town is pulsing with music and actually, it’s overflowing with flavor too! Follow me to see where to find some great vegan eats in Nashville! One [...]
Bigger Picture's Chris Janson is set to check one of his dreams off of his "career bucket list" this coming Friday, February 15 when he debuts on the Grand Ole Opry. Read on to learn more from Chris about this achievement and his new single "Better I Don't."
For the second time in as many years, Craig Morgan has been invited to appear on the Travel Channel program "Hotel Impossible." Read on to find out more about the Grand Ole Opry singer of "More Trucks Than Cars" and his appearance on the program.
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