50 facts and figures about the life and times of one of country music's greatest ever names, Patsy Cline.
On January 7, 1967, Pride became the first African-American solo singer to perform on the radio show and live institution that was the Grand Ole Opry.
'Searching (For Someone Like You)' went on to be one of Kitty's longest-running hits, in a career that was full of them.
On November 28, 1964, Willie made a new career breakthrough with the accolade of a debut performance at the Grand Ole Opry.
The Grand Ole Opry member was known for such hits as ‘Small Town Saturday Night’ and ‘Past the Point of Rescue.’
Three years on from 'Walkin' The Floor Over You,' the Texan Troubadour built on his popularity with a new country No.1.
The coal miner's daughter was 25 years old when she made her first appearance on the celebrated show and brodcast.
Up to 500 fans will be entertained by Opry members Dierks Bentley, Terri Clark, Vince Gill, and Lorrie Morgan.
The latest member of the Williams dynasty to step into the famous circle played there for the first time in October 2019.
The highly-anticipated ‘Born Here Live Here Die Here’ is out Friday.
The star of 'This Is Us' and 'Breakthrough' will perform on the show's July 25 edition.
The Mercury Nashville set includes the gold-certified hit 'Die From A Broken Heart.'
'Me & Patsy: Kickin' Up Dust' is published in the US on 7 April by Grand Central Publishing.
Not even coronavirus could stop the world’s longest-running radio show from its 4,916th consecutive Saturday night broadcast.
The song comes from their upcoming album 'The Way It Feels,' which follows on 10 April.
The surprise news was presented to Watson during a performance at the Opry, which he first played in the mid-1960s.