Trio Fairground Saints will make their Grand Ole Opry debut May 31.
The trio, which includes Elijah Edwards, Meg McAllister and Mason Van Valin, recently released their Marshall Altman-produced debut EP Magic on March 8, via a joint venture between Sony Music Nashville and The Orchard.
“When we moved to Nashville playing the Grand Ole Opry was such a major goal for us,” enthused the band. “When our team told us we were going to have our debut we immediately high-fived each other. We have been on such an amazing music journey and the country music fans and Nashville have been such a huge part of that. This moment is truly a dream come true.”
The trio recently returned from a string of performances during C2C in the U.K. Since returning stateside, the band has been wrapping production on their full-length album and touring on select dates with Scotty McCreery, Josh Abbott, and their own Southern California headlining shows. They will open tour dates for Sara Evans and the Barker Family Band starting in May.
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