My Opry Debut

My Opry Debut follows the moments and emotions artists experience leading up to the career milestone every country music artist dreams of: their Grand Ole Opry debut.

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Travis Denning / Abby Anderson - Travis Denning is a Georgia born singer-songwriter who plays guitar like nobody’s business. Abby Anderson hails from the great state of Texas and is one of seven kids. She started playing piano at an early age, writing in her journal that one day she’d play the Opry.
Hayes Carll / Ray Wylie Hubbard - Hayes Carll is an award-winning artist who penned the song “Chances Are” for Lee Ann Womack earned a GRAMMY nomination to boot. Ray Wylie Hubbard has been performing for five decades, influencing everyone from Willie Nelson to Stevie Ray Vaughan.
Charley Crockett / Yola - Country Soul singer Yola hails from Britain, grew up admiring Dolly Parton, and started visiting Nashville during the Americana Festival where she created a buzz. Yola’s songs are confessionals about failed relationships and letting go, her biting honesty and powerful vocals resonate with audiences as she escaped her past and revels in her newly found freedom.
Anna Vaus / Grace Potter - Grace Potter’s music can’t be pigeonholed. She is Rock with her former band The Nocturnals, she dabbled in Country with Kenny Chesney’s “You and Tequila," and her latest record, "Daylight," could be safely labeled Americana. After signing a publishing deal with Black River Entertainment in 2017, Anna Vaus takes the Opry stage armed with her own brand of California-inspired country songs.
Marcus King / Dusty Slay - A fourth-generation musician, Marcus has followed in his family’s footsteps. Joined by bluesy Opry regular Maggie Rose, Marcus takes the Opry stage for the first time but certainly not the last. Stand-up comedian Dusty Slay grew up in Opelika, Alabama, and his observational comedy and eternally optimistic outlook is peppered with ironies.
Ashley McBryde / Dillion Carmichael / Riley Green - Ashley McBryde was discovered by singer Eric Church who invited her onstage to perform with him at one of his concerts and the rest, as they say, is history. Dillon Carmichael is a Kentucky boy who hails from a family of musicians. Riley Green is an Alabama native who used to be found on CMT’s reality show Redneck Island. He’s come a long way since then with a Top 10 single and now an Opry debut.
Joshua Hedley & Caylee Hammack - Caylee Hammack hails from Georgia. The “Redhead” singer landed a record deal and the opportunity to debut on the Grand Ole Opry stage. Joshua Hedley moved from his native Florida to Nashville at the age of 19, where he became an in-demand sideman at Robert’s Western World and other bars, and ultimately transformed into a well-respected frontman.
Ruston Kelly & Tenille Townes - Ruston’s reverence for the Carter Family and Johnny Cash are deeply rooted and not contrived. Joining him for his Opry Debut are his father and his sister, who share a musical connection, not unlike the Carter Family. Tenille Townes hails from Grande Prairie, Alberta Canada. She just took home several titles at the CCMA Awards and now she’s bringing half of her hometown with her to Nashville as she prepares to make her Opry debut.

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