Grand Ole Opry

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Country Music's Most Famous Stage
The radio show that made country music famous, beginning with its first broadcast in 1925, still entertains lovers of any musical genre. The weekly broadcast and performance offers a fast-moving, rotating cast of musicians performing onstage. Membership in the Opry has included legends like Hank Williams and Patsy Cline, and it continues to be a top honor for musicians today. The Opry moved from the Ryman Auditorium downtown in 1974 to this purpose-built theater. Though you won't find much else in the area, a trek to the Opry is a Nashville tradition.
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