As this great year comes to a close, one of the most influential and iconic parts of country music sums up the year in a medley of fantastic performances.
The Grand Ole Opry has been an integral piece of country music since it was first broadcast in 1925 and began as a weekly radio show. The program grew massively in popularity over the next several decades. Finally, in 1943, The Grand Ole Opry moved to the Ryman Auditorium in Nashville which would become known as the Opry's home.
The Grand Ole Opry has been home to acts old and new with nearly every country artist heralding it as an incredibly honorable place to perform. An even bigger honor is to receive an invitation to become a member of the Opry which is considered to be the oldest, most enduring "hall of fame" in country music.
Many of the performances selected for The Opry's Best Of 2015 are performed by longstanding members while others are performed by some of country music's newest stars.
Check out the video medley of performances below!
"Crushin' It" - Brad Paisley
"Gonna" - Blake Shelton
"Smoke Break" - Carrie Underwood
"I'm Good At Leavin'" - Ashley Monroe
"Storms Never Last" - Miranda Lambert
"I'm Coming Over" - Chris Young
"You Never Know" - Alan Jackson
"Die A Happy Man" - Thomas Rhett
"Burning House" - Cam
"Unchained Melody" - Jonathan Jackson
"Love Me Like You Mean It" - Kelsea Ballerini
"Coal Miner's Daughter" - Loretta Lynn
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