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Did elitism doom the fairgrounds?
Is it sad that history that ‘made our city so unique and special’ is being lost with the closing of the fairgrounds, or was it a symbol of a countrified Nashville that some couldn’t wait to shed?
Rounder celebrates 40th anniversary at the Opry
Premier record label will hold a special celebration hosted by actress Minnie Driver
Quicksilver kicks off Ryman's Bluegrass Nights series
Doyle Lawson, the head of Quicksilver, has been one of the most celebrated and acclaimed bandleaders and instrumentalists in bluegrass for almost a half century.
RIFFS: Classic Ray Charles 'Country' discs polished and reissued
In 1962, when Ray Charles gave hit country songs a swing/big band interpretation, critics feared he'd alienate his fans. Instead, he brought new audiences to country and himself.
Comedian makes his Grand Ole Opry instrumental debut
Television and film funny man Steve Martin will show off his bango prowess, a talent he's harbored since he was 17 years old.
Montgomery Gentry invited to join Grand Ole Opry
Formal induction set June 23
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