When Kane Brown steps onto the Grand Ole Opry stage for his debut, it will be a historic milestone for his career.
The upcoming special, “Grand Ole Opry: 95 Years of Country Music,” will highlight the genre’s most memorable moments in the historic venue and its 90 years as a country music landmark.
The special will also mark Brown’s official debut at the Grand Ole Opry.
Last year, Kane Brown made two appearances near the end of the year. In October, he performed a rendition of Randy Travis’ “Three Wooden Crosses” at the “Big Night at the Museum” event.
He also performed a pre-recorded halftime show for the Dallas Cowboys’ Thanksgiving football game.
Kane Brown’s highly anticipated Opry performance will be his first live performance of the year.
For his latest release, Chris Young features Brown on “Famous Friends,” which appears on Young’s eighth album, Raised on Country.
Opry veterans Blake Shelton and Brad Paisley will co-host the special.
The special will take fans through a journey in time as they dive into the sacred venue’s history. The special will also feature performances from some of the genre’s greats, including Dolly Parton, Garth Brooks, Carrie Underwood, Trisha Yearwood, Rucker, Shelton, Paisley, and others.
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In addition to Lady A’s rendition of Randy Travis’, “Forever and Ever, Amen,” Kelsea Ballerini will cover Alison Krauss’ “When You Say Nothing at All.”
Dierks Bentley and newly inducted Country Music Hall of Fame member Marty Stuart will collaborate on Merle Haggard and Willie Nelson’s classic “Pancho & Lefty.”
It gets better for country music fans. In addition to performances, the special will show never-before-seen footage, interviews with Opry members, and more.
“This special is going to capture so much of what makes the Opry a one-of-a-kind entertainment experience,” Opry Vice President Dan Rogers said.
“Grand Ole Opry: 95 Years of Country Music” will air on Sunday, Feb. 14, at 8 p.m CST on NBC.