"You think about people like Hank Williams, who stood on that spot of wood, and Mr. Acuff, and, of course, George Jones. And just about anybody you can think of who has made country music has been on that stage. That's what makes you so nervous - to think about the historical part of the Opry and how it's played such a part in country music." - Alan Jackson
Opry Debut: April 13
After writing hits for artists such as Keith Urban, Kenny Chesney, Dierks Bentley, and more, Heather Morgan is ready to step out on her own with her debut album, Borrowed Hearts.
Morgan's songwriting has earned her No. 1 singles and a BMI Country Song of the Year Award. You may have also heard a few of her tunes featured in the hit TV show Nashville. Her new album Borrowed Hearts features co–writes with Lori McKenna, Trent Dabbs, Ross Copperman, and more. Please join us in celebrating her Opry debut on April 13!
Opry Debut: April 19
In 2009, songwriter Andrew Marlin and his bandmate Emily Frantz came together to form Mandolin Orange, and they have been making waves in the Americana/folk scene ever since.
Their new album, Tides of a Teardrop debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard Heatseekers, Folk/Americana, Current Country Albums, and Bluegrass Charts. You may have also seen them touring the U.S. and Europe, with appearances at Austin City Limits, South by Southwest, Edmonton Folk Music Festival, and more. Please join us in celebrating their Opry debut on April 19!
Opry Debut: April 20
Wendy Moten has thrilled audiences on stages around the world—from London to Paris, St. Petersburg to Tokyo, Rio de Jeneiro to New York, and many more!
The Memphis, TN native garnered attention after recording and releasing her hit song, "Come In Out Of The Rain" which became a top 10 hit in Europe. Since then, she's toured with Michael Bolton, Julio Iglesias, Faith Hill & Tim McGraw, Vince Gill, and has recorded duets with legends including Michael McDonald, John Oates, and many more. Please join us in celebrating their Opry debut on April 20!