The Grand Ole Opry has earned a Grammy nomination for Best Music Film for its first concert film, American Saturday Night: Live From the Grand Ole Opry.
The nod marks the first Grammy nomination for the Grand Ole Opry in the institution’s 91-year history.
American Saturday Night: Live From The Grand Ole Opry is directed by George J. Flanigen IV. Executive Producers are Steve Buchanan, Robert Deaton, Pete Fisher, and Flanigen. Producers are John Burke and Lindsey Clark.
American Saturday Night: Live From the Grand Ole Opry debuted in 2015 in 200-plus cinemas across the U.S. The feature film offers audiences a virtual front row seat and VIP all-access pass to the Opry, including live performances and backstage conversations with members Brad Paisley, Blake Shelton, and Darius Rucker as well as The Band Perry and Brett Eldredge.
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