Maren Morris Makes Opry Debut, Receives Gold Plaque Backstage

Pictured (L-R): Ken Robold, EVP & COO, Sony Music Nashville; Pete Fisher, Vice President & General Manager, Grand Ole, Opry; Maren Morris; Steve Buchanan, President, Opry Entertainment Group; Randy Goodman, Chairman & CEO, Sony Music Nashville. Photo: Rachael Black, Grand Ole Opry.

Pictured (L-R): Ken Robold, EVP & COO, Sony Music Nashville; Pete Fisher, Vice President & General Manager, Grand Ole Opry; Maren Morris; Steve Buchanan, President, Opry Entertainment Group; Randy Goodman, Chairman & CEO, Sony Music Nashville. Photo: Rachael Black/Grand Ole Opry.

Maren Morris performed “My Church” and “I Wish I Was” at her Grand Ole Opry debut on Saturday (May 21). Both songs are from her upcoming Columbia Nashville debut album, Hero, releasing on June 3.

Maren Morris. Photo: Rachael Black/Grand Ole Opry

Maren Morris. Photo: Rachael Black/Grand Ole Opry

Following her performance, her parents Kellie and Scott Morris presented her with a gold plaque for “My Church.” She will be a special guest on Keith Urban‘s Ripcord World Tour starting June 3 in Kansas City, Missouri. She is also scheduled to play CMA Music Festival on June 9.

Pictured (L-R): Kellie Morris, Maren Morris, Scott Morris. Photo: Rachael Black/Grand Ole Opry

Pictured (L-R): Kellie Morris, Maren Morris, Scott Morris. Photo: Rachael Black/Grand Ole Opry

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