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HITS LIST IN
EXECUTIVE ORDER
This top 10 is a stimulating package. (4/9a)
FEARLESS,
THEN & NOW
Child is mother to the woman. (4/9a)
THE BOWL WILL
HAVE A SEASON
A hopeful sign of an eventual return to normalcy (4/9a)
STREAMING SONGS:
A SATANIC #1
Provocateur hits another one out of the park. (4/9a)
REVENUE CHART:
ROD’S STERLING WEEK
A more than tidy sum for the unpretentious hitmaker (4/9a)
RHYTHM, BLUES AND THE FUTURE
The musical tapestry we know as R&B.
WHO'S NEXT?
Predicting the next big catalog deal.
JUST THE VAX, MA'AM
Once we all get vaccinated, how long before we can party?
WORLDWIDE GROOVE
How is globalization bringing far-flung territories into the musical mainstream?
Music City
4/2/20

As the Grand Ole Opry’s 4,918th consecutive Saturday night broadcast approaches, the Opry is inviting fans to contribute to #UNBROKEN, a charitable campaign to raise money for the MusiCaresCOVID-19 Relief Fund benefitting artists and musicians struggling through the pandemic.

Featuring Opry-member Terri Clark as a host and performer, the show airs on 4/4 at 8pm PT on Circle All Access, the country music lifestyle network launched earlier this year by Ryman Hospitality, and includes performances from UMG Nashville’s Lauren Alaina and Warner Music Nashville’s Ashley McBryde. Other TV affiliates include Gray TV stations, DISH Studio channel 102 and Sling TV, among others.

“MusiCares is there for us in times of need. They keep our lights on and our hopes up. And for musicians that peace of mind is priceless,” said McBryde, whose album Never Will drops tomorrow (4/3).

Over the last three weeks, millions of fans have tuned in live to listen to Opry members like Bill Anderson, Jeannie See, Mandy Barnett, Michael Cleveland & Flamekeeper, Sam Williams, Vince Gill and his family, Brad Paisley and Marty Stuart, all who went on air without a live-ticketed audience.

The show will have acoustic performances a recommended social distance across the stage and will take place without an audience, as Opry management has worked closely with Nashville’s Director of Health to ensure they follow strict safety protocols under the guidance of local health professionals.

For more info, click here.