Cingle Records Celebrates Launch Party, Rainey Qualley Opry Debut

Pictured (L-R): Rainey Qualley and the Grand Ole Opry's Pete Fisher. Photo: Chris Hollo.

Pictured (L-R): Rainey Qualley and the Grand Ole Opry’s Pete Fisher. Photo: Chris Hollo.

Cingle Records’ flagship artist Rainey Qualley welcomed Nashville’s music industry to celebrate as she made her Grand Ole Opry debut on Friday night (Aug. 28).

Qualley performed her radio single, “Me And Johnny Cash,” and “Never Mine,” both from her debut EP Turn Down The Lights.

“What a surreal and humbling experience,” said Qualley. “It’s completely overwhelming and I’m still trying to take it all in,” she said from her dressing room at the Grand Ole Opry, aptly named “Into The Circle” for artists making their Opry debut.

Prior to her performance, Cingle Records hosted a label launch party in Studio A of the Grand Ole Opry House.

Rainey Qualley performs at the Grand Ole Opry. Photo: Chris Hollo.

Rainey Qualley performs at the Grand Ole Opry. Photo: Chris Hollo.

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Pictured (L-R): Rainey Qualley and MusicRow Publisher/Owner Sherod Robertson. Photo: Bev Moser, Moments By Moser.

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Pictured (L-R): Russ Zavitson (President/Cingle Records); Rainey Qualley, and John Shackleford (CEO/Cingle Records). Photo: Bev Moser, Moments By Moser.

 

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