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The Grand Ole Opry’s 95th birthday celebration is rapidly approaching and one well-deserving artist will make his debut on the special occasion.
27-year-old country star Kane Brown will make his official Opry debut that night alongside several other artists for an incredible event. While Brown performed his single, “Worldwide Beautiful” at the Opry for the 55th Annual ACM Awards, this will be his first time actually playing for the show.
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The two-hour special is set to air on Sunday, February 14 at 9 pm ET/PT on NBC and will be hosted by Brad Paisley and Blake Shelton.
In addition to Brown’s performance, Kelsea Ballerini will sing Keith Whitley’s 1988 hit “When You Say Nothing At All,” and Dierks Bentley and Marty Stuart will perform “Pancho And Lefty.” Other artists joining will include Dolly Parton, Garth Brooks, Carrie Underwood, and more.
Lady A will celebrate their recent invitation to join the Grand Ole Opry and perform Randy Travis’ “Forever and Ever, Amen.”
Brown’s most recent work is actually him featured on “Famous Friends,” the third single released from Chris Young’s eighth studio album, Raised on Country.
In October of 2020, Brown covered Randy Travis’ “Three Wooden Crosses” at the Country Music Hall of Fame’s “Big Night at the Museum” event. Another recent highlight was a pre-recorded halftime show for the Thanksgiving Football game between the Washington Football Team and the Dallas Cowboys. His Opry debut will be his first live performance in 2021.
Check out his Thanksgiving Day Game performance in the video below!