Pryor Baird stepped into the legendary circle for the very first time and made his Grand Ole Opry debut on Friday night (Jan. 26).
Friday also marked the release of his latest single, “Mighta Met A Girl.” Baird performed the new tune on the sacred stage along with unreleased ballad “Beauty In The Broken,” which he dedicated to his father who recently passed unexpectedly. Afterwards, he was joined by his family, friends and team in the Opry’s Circle Room for an intimate post-debut celebration.
Hosted by Baird’s label and publishing home, Black River Entertainment, as well as his management team, Starstruck Entertainment, the evening included remarks from the artist and a commemorative cake donning the image of a five-year-old Baird with his first guitar in addition to the Grand Ole Opry stage.
“I want to say thank you to every single person that has ever reached into what I’m doing and said, ‘We believe in it. We want to be a part of it.’ That just speaks volumes, and I’m so thankful,” he said during the reception. “I truly have the greatest team, family and fans—thank you so much for letting this be a reality. Work hard, and dream big.”
Additionally, Baird will perform as a part of the “Nashville Hits The Roof ” series tonight (Feb. 1) at Tin Roof in Nashville before hitting the road for shows in South Carolina and North Carolina.
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