Familiar faces are stopping by the Grand Ole Opry Friday and Saturday night (May 7 and 8).
Legendary country group Shendandoah is gracing the Opry stage for the first time in 25 years!
"With great excitement after 25 years, we will once again have the honor of playing the Grand Ole Opry," says lead singer Marty Raybon. "It truly is like no other feeling, standing on that stage where so many country music greats have stood."
Shenandoah released their first album in 1987, which included two singles that reached the Top 40. Their next album, The Road Not Taken, included the band's first two Top Ten singles, followed by three consecutive No. 1 hits.
They continued to release hits until Raybon left the group in 1997. In 2000, the band acquired a new lead singer and just recently, Raybon took over lead vocals again.
The band could not be more thrilled to return to the iconic stage, which will be a highlight of their extremely busy year!
They recently performed at the ACM All-Star Jam in Las Vegas and are currently on tour until November!
Watch them perform their hit song "Mama Knows" below!
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