Hee Haw Headed for Broadway

Is Hee Haw — the late ’60s/early ’70s television variety show loved by many country fans – headed to Broadway? According to the New York Post, yes! Last month, a group of Broadway producers gathered in New York for a reading of the proposed script. It left quite the impression on those in attendance, according to [...] Read More

Country Stars Remember Ray Price

As news of Ray Price’s death spread on Monday, country stars offered their condolences and memories of the country legend. Willie Nelson, who counted Ray among his closest friends, issued this statement about his passing: We are sad beyond words at the passing of our good friend, the legendary Ray Price. Our prayers are for [...] Read More

Carrie Underwood Responds to The Sound of Music Critics

Carrie Underwood tackled the iconic role of Maria von Trapp in NBC’s three-hour television production The Sound of Music Live!, based on the original musical, on December 5 to the tune of 18.5 million viewers. The morning of the live event, Carrie took to Twitter to express her thoughts on starring in the musical. “I [...] Read More

Craig Morgan Celebrates 5 Years as a Grand Ole Opry Member

  Craig Morgan recently celebrated his fifth anniversary as a member of the Grand Ole Opry. He was presented with a commemorative print marking the anniversary during his performance on the historic stage. “Opry members are the heart and soul of the Grand Ole Opry,” Opry Vice President and General Manager Pete Fisher said. “They [...] Read More

Grand Ole Opry & Dictionary.com Honor Country Vocabulary

The Grand Ole Opry has partnered with Dictonary.com, the world’s largest free online dictionary, to highlight how country artists have influenced word usage and popularized terms. The content celebrates the anniversary of the Opry’s inaugural radio broadcast, which aired November 28, 1925. “Country music and the Grand Ole Opry have a unique place in America’s [...] Read More