Ingrid Andress Makes Grand Ole Opry Debut

Pictured: Gina Keltner (Director of Talent and Logistics, Grand Ole Opry), Ingrid Andress, Jeannie Seely. Photo: Chris Hollo/Opry

Warner Music Nashville/Atlantic Records artist Ingrid Andress recently made her debut performance on the Grand Ole Opry stage, offering a performance of her single “More Hearts Than Mine,” and her anthemic “Lady Like.”

Next week, she will launch her headlining tour with a show at NYC’s Rockwood Music Hall. The Lady Like Tour Part II runs through December, with stops in markets including Boston, San Diego, and Philadelphia. In February, she will join Blake Shelton, Chris Stapleton and more as part of Keith Urban’s All for the Hall benefit concert at Nashville’s Bridgestone Arena.

Pictured: Blythe Scokin (Founder & CEO, bluejacket), Shane Tarleton (SVP Artist Development, Warner Music Nashville), Gina Keltner (Director of Talent and Logistics, Grand Ole Opry), Ingrid Andress, Jeannie Seely, John Esposito (Chairman & CEO, Warner Music Nashville). Photo: Chris Hollo/Opry

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