• Mountain Heart backstage at The Opry

    The newest iteration of Mountain Heart got to play the Grand Ole Opry this past weekend, and used the occasion to capture their song, Have You Heard About The Old Hometown, on video backstage. Their new album, Blue Skies, includes

  • New Radio Ramblers single May 6

    Here's another new single with a patriotic theme, this time from Joe Mullins & the Radio Ramblers. Last Parade is a new song by Steve Bonafel written in honor of Sgt. Nickolas Carnes of Dayton, KY who was killed in action in Afghanistan in

  • An Opry memory from Bobby Osborne

    Over the weekend, Bobby Osborne posted some memories of the Grand Ole Opry, recalling the day that the Opry officially moved from the Ryman Auditorium downtown to the new Opry House northeast of town. Along the way, he shares what

  • Della Mae to make Opry debut

    With news of their Grammy nomination fresh in the mind, the International Bluegrass Music Association's (IBMA) Emerging Artist of the Year for 2013, fans of Della Mae will be delighted to learn that the group will be making their Grand

  • Old Crows join the Opry

    This Tuesday, Old Crow Medicine Show was inducted as the newest member of The Grand Ole Opry in Nashville. It was a back-to-their-roots moment for the band, who had worked at the start of their careers as a warmup act, playing

  • Randy Barnes to Radio Ramblers

    Joe Mullins & the Radio Ramblers will welcome new bass player Randy Barnes into the band when they make a return visit to Nashville this Saturday to play the Grand Ole Opry and the Station Inn. Barnes is a bluegrass veteran

  • Joe Mullins & the Radio Ramblers Take Opry Bow

    “There'll be guitars and fiddles, Earl Scruggs and his banjo too Bill Monroe singin' out them ol' Kentucky Blues Ernest Tubb's number Two Wrongs Don't Make a Right At the Grand Ole Opry ev'ry Saturday night” Grand Ole Opry Song, Jimmy Martin It’s an appearance

  • Hopkins and Balsam Range on the Opry

    This past Friday on The Grand Ole Opry, Balsam Range performed with John Driskell Hopkins to promote Daylight, the album they recorded together last year. Hopkins has made his living in music for some time, as both a side man and songwriter,