Josh Turner Celebrates Album Release With Back-To-Back Ryman Shows

Photo ID (L-R): Josh Turner with Sonya Isaacs. Photo courtesy Grand Ole Opry LLC. Chris Hollo, photographer

Josh Turner made his way back to Nashville’s Ryman Auditorium on Tuesday night (Nov. 6) for back-to-back Opry performances. Turner just released the project I Serve A Savior, debuted at No. 1 on Nielsen’s Country Albums Chart and No. 2 on both the Billboard Top Country Albums Chart and Billboard Top Christian Albums Chart. Turner was joined on stage for his Ryman Auditorium performance by Sonya Issacs and Bobby Osborne.

“It was a special night at the Opry and I always look forward to when it returns to the Ryman in the winter,” shares Turner. “There’s so much history at the Ryman Auditorium for me. Getting to share these new songs from I Serve A Savior and having my friends Bobby Osborne and Sonya Isaacs join me made it a night I will always remember.”

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