You might recognize this Women of Country Dressing Room from the very first episode of ABC’s Nashville when Juliette and Rayna first meet. #OpryHouse40
Remember when we welcomed Kellie Pickler home to Nashville after her Dancing With The Stars win with a reception backstage in Studio A? Her dance partner, Derek Hough, was among those in attendance. #OpryHouse40
New video! Watch Michael W. Smith performs “How Great Thou Art” at the Grand Ole Opry.
Ten year old fiddler and singer Carson Peters performs “Blue Moon of Kentucky” with Ricky Skaggs at the Opry.
Opry members Brad Paisley and Little Jimmy Dickens helped unveil the famed circle of wood before the grand reopening of the Opry House after the flood of 2010. #OpryHouse40
Here’s an unforgettable Opry moment at the Grand Ole Opry House when Little Jimmy Dickens used a step ladder to look at Trace Adkins face to face and invite him to join the Opry family. #OpryHouse40
The “new” home of the Grand Ole Opry for the past 40 years, the Grand Ole Opry House. Have you been here for a visit? #OpryHouse40
Who’s ready for some Charlie Daniels Band in the Opry Country Classics spotlight tonight at the Ryman? Be sure to come out or tune in to hear hits like the ones in this playlist.
One of the things the Opry left behind when it moved to the Opry House in 1974 was a favorite watering hole, the legendary Tootsie’s Orchid Lounge – just 37 steps from the stage door of the Ryman! Some Opry jokester took matters into his or her own hands, taping up a “Tootsie’s” sign in the entrance to the Green Room. #OpryHouse40 #TBT
The infamous Yo-Yo lesson given by Roy Acuff to President Richard Nixon during opening night at the Grand Ole Opry House. #OpryHouse40
Here’s your 2014 ACM Male Vocalist of the Year playing for a full Opry House crowd during Country Comes Home, the first show back at the Opry House after the flood of 2010. #OpryHouse40
Here’s your 2014 ACM Female Vocalist of the Year Miranda Lambert getting a great big hug from Bill Anderson on the Opry stage. #OpryHouse40
The look on Little Jimmy Dickens’ face while standing with President George H.W. Bush and Stonewall Jackson says it all. You just never know who you’ll get to hang with backstage at the Opry. #OpryHouse40