The Grand Ole Opry is hosting Oscar, Grammy and Golden Globe-nominated songwriter Tom Douglas for a six-show residency of his one-man show Love, Tom, which inspired the acclaimed motion picture streaming on Paramount+, throughout July and August.
Douglas will share stories of some of his famed songs in Love, Tom, which will mark the first ticketed show/residency in the 80-seat Circle Room at the Grand Ole Opry House.
Among Douglas’ hits are Lady A’s “I Run to You,” Miranda Lambert’s “The House That Built Me,” and Tim McGraw’s “My Little Girl.” He has also had songs recorded by Opry members Garth Brooks, Chris Janson, Martina McBride, Reba McEntire, Blake Shelton, Carrie Underwood, and Keith Urban, among others.
The show is being presented as part of the Opry’s “Opry Loves the 90s” celebration, as Douglas’ hit-making career began with his 1994’s Collin Raye hit “Little Rock,” a 1994 CMA Song of the Year nominee.
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