"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: February 12
Hailed as one of Rolling Stone Country's "10 New Country Artists You Need To Know", the Davisson Brothers Band have emerged as a regular on the festival circuit.
You may have seen their performances as they frequently tour up and down the Atlantic Coast and the Southeast. They also performed at CMC Rocks the Hunter Festival in Australia that underscored their bona fide hit Down Under with "Po Boyz." Please join us in celebrating their Opry debut on Feburary 12!
Opry Debut: February 16
After releasing his RIAA-certified Gold single, "Drunk Me", it's no wonder Mitchell Tenpenny was hailed by Billboard as a pick to "break out" by the end of 2018.
Tenpenny's self-titled EP has garnered almost 100 million streams to date, and he's currently set to tour with Chris Young later this year. His new album, Telling All My Secrets, is available now! Please join us in celebrating his Opry debut followed by a special in-store artist signing in The Opry Shop on February 16!
Comedian Dusty Slay performed at the Opry for the first time on February 9.
Americana sensation, Hayes Carll, took to the Opry stage for the first time on February 5.
Neyla Pekarek, former member of the hit group "The Lumineers", performed on the Opry stage for the first time on January 19.