Steve Moakler and his wife have a lot of fond memories of “Red.” In fact Gracie calls the two months they spent on the Winnebago soon after they married the best time of her life. Neither knew it at the time, but those nights spent sleeping on a too-small bed would lead to the singer’s Grand Ole Opry debut.
When Cole Swindell first left Georgia for Nashville, he went to work for Luke Bryan. Bryan encouraged the young songwriter to work at his trade, eventually recording 9 of Swindell's songs, including the #1 hit "Roller Coaster".
Cole Swindell made his Opry debut on March 26, 2016, but before he stepped onto the iconic circle, he recorded a special acoustic version of his emotional hit “You Should Be Here” backstage in the Opry Lounge.
Country fans are still remembering the life of Joey Martin Feek, of country duo Joey + Rory, following her passing on March 4. The Grand Ole Opry is following suit by releasing footage of the couple singing Buck Owens and the Derailers' "Play Me the Waltz of the Angels" at one of their final Opry performances.
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