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SATURDAY NIGHT GRAND OLE OPRY, LIVE ON CIRCLE
Due to global events, country music fans can’t come to Nashville to see the Grand Ole Opry – so Circle and the Opry are bringing the Historic Saturday Night Opry to the globe with an acoustic version of the iconic show.
With a resilience based on the determination of its Opry members and other country music greats, the Grand Ole Opry will keep its traditions and music alive as it hosts its 4,916th consecutive Saturday night broadcast this Saturday, March 21 exclusively on Circle. Featuring artists include Brad Paisley, Vince Gill, Marty Stuart, and more.
Last week, amid the concerns of the COVID-19 virus, the Opry paused all shows with a live audience through April 4 but vowed to continue its nearly-100-year radio broadcast history. Nearly half a million fans last Saturday were able to video stream or listen to Opry members Bill Anderson, Jeannie Seely, and Connie Smith, and others perform acoustically from the Opry Circle.
To watch this week’s show featuring Brad Paisley, Vince Gill, and Marty Stuart, tune in on Saturday, March 21 at 8 pm ET / 7 pm CT. If Circle is broadcast in your area, you can tune in on your digital antenna. Here’s how. You can also watch live on the Circle website.
Fans around the world can also tune in to the broadcast on the Opry’s flagship radio home, 650 AM-WSM and several other outlets.
The circle will remain unbroken!
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