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Music City
SKAGGS, COMBS WILL PLAY UPCOMING OPRY SATURDAYS
4/15/20

Ricky Skaggs and Dailey & Vincent will perform live on the 4,920th consecutive Saturday night at Nashville's Grand Ole Opry, on 4/18 at 8pm ET/7pm CT/5pm PT, on Circle TV. Then, next week Luke Combs and Craig Morgan will perform live on 4/25.

For the past five weeks and without an audience in attendance, the Opry has remained on the air as it has for 4,919 consecutive Saturday nights for nine decades, helping to keep the circle unbroken amidst the current COVID-19 crisis.

The Opry will be broadcast live on both Saturdays on Circle, and on Gray TV stations, DISH Studio Channel 102, Sling TV, and will be livestreamed on Circle All Access' Facebook and YouTube, and broadcast on the Opry’s radio home 650 AM-WSM. Bobby Bones will host the telecast, while Opry radio announcer Mike Terry will be at the podium.

The Opry will be broadcast and streamed with a very small production team, and the show’s artists will perform acoustically at a recommended safe social distance across the Opry stage. Amid current COVID-19 concerns, the Opry has paused all shows with a live Opry House audience through at least the end of April.

Opry fans can contribute to the Opry’s #UNBROKEN charitable campaign, by texting "UNBROKEN" to 41444, which raises money for the MusiCares COVID-19 Relief Fund. The fund benefits artists and musicians struggling through the pandemic—those who write, create, and have kept the music alive on the Opry stage for 95 years.