THE GRAND OLE OPRY TODAY
During a two-day flood that devastated much of Nashville in May 2010, the Grand Ole Opry House sustained major damage that left the venue's stage underwater. As a result the Grand Ole Opry was forced to broadcast from various locations around the city. The circle remained unbroken, and through an incredible process of restoration, the Opry’s stage and backstage areas became true country music showplaces. Since the flood, the show has lived on stronger than ever. More members have been inducted, new acts welcomed, and legends remain for the show that made country music famous.