Brit Taylor made her Grand Ole Opry debut on March 22.
Taylor’s blue chrome floor-length dress with bell sleeves custom-designed by Nashville-based designer Paige Moore served as her salute to Women’s History Month and to supporting local small businesses as she sang “Kentucky Blue,” the title track of her newest album, followed by “Rich Little Girls,” a semi-autobiographical, upbeat anthem to working women.
The Hindman, Kentucky native received the invitation to debut on the Opry the same day her album Kentucky Blue was released.
“I am always asked about the coolest or most special thing that has happened to me since I moved to Nashville,” said Taylor. “There has been a lot, so it has always been a tough question to answer. Not anymore! Singing on the Grand Ole Opry is by far my greatest achievement to date.
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