Shenandoah Makes First Grand Ole Opry Appearance In Nearly 25 Years
For the first time in nearly 25 years, Shenandoah returned to the stage of the Grand Ole Opry this past weekend.
Fronted by Marty Raybon (who has rejoined the group after a 17 year absence), the country group performed on Friday and Saturday nights, offering several of their hit songs including “The Church on the Cumberland Road,” “Two Dozen Roses” and “I Wanna Be Loved Like That.”
Nashville Stars Wrap Third U.S. Tour
Stars of ABC’s Nashville wrapped their third successful U.S. tour over the weekend in Uncasville, Connecticut. The tour featured cast members Clare Bowen, Chris Carmack and Charles Esten performing original music as well as songs from the series. Will Chase, Jonathan Jackson, and Aubrey Peeples joined the tour in select cities.
The tour is produced by Opry Entertainment.
Granger Smith At iHeartCountry Music Festival
Granger Smith greets Meg Stevens (of WMZQ in Washington, D.C.) at the iHeartCountry Festival in Austin last weekend.
Olivia Lane Visits Radio Disney
Big Spark Music Group’s Olivia Lane, currently featured on iTunes Country New Artist Spotlight, performed at The Hotel Café in Los Angeles on Tuesday, May 3. After her visit earlier in the day to Radio Disney, the staff came to her concert to listen to her play live.
Michael Ray Visits With Green Bay Radio Staffers
Atlantic Records/Warner Music Nashville artist Michael Ray visited with WNCY MD Charli McKenzie and PD Dan Stone.
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