Vince Gill, Amy Grant, & Daughters To Sing On Opry’s Saturday Night Livestream
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The circle remains unbroken.
In the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, concerts originally scheduled throughout March and April have been postponed. That means shows at the Grand Ole Opry were put on hold as well.
On March 13, the Opry announced it was going to “pause performances that include a live audience through April 4.” However, it was made clear the Opry would still continue, in both old and new ways.
You see, the Opry started off as a Saturday night radio show. It has remained on the air for nearly a century, having aired over 4,900 consecutive Saturday night shows.
Now, the power of technology gives folks a new way to tune in to the Opry. The performances now air on live TV on the new Circle Network and also appear in online livestreams.
During this time, a handful of performers have come in to the Opry every Saturday to keep the tradition going. Sam Williams (the grandson of Hank Williams and son of Hank Williams Jr.) was among the artists who sang during the Opry’s first show since announcing its closure to live spectators.
For week two, Vince Gill, Brad Paisley, and Marty Stuart united to deliver a nearly hour-long show to entertain fans stuck at home. During the show, they paid tribute to Kenny Rogers, who passed away the day prior (March 20) at the age of 81.
Now, Vince will return to the Opry stage for the second week in a row, and this time he’s bringing his family.
On Thursday (March 26), the Opry announced that Vince, his wife and singer Amy Grant, and their daughters, Jenny Gill and Corrina Grant Gill, would perform at the Opry on March 28.
“This Saturday, we’ll be welcoming @vincegillofficial, @amygrantofficial and their daughters Jenny Gill and Corrina Grant Gill into the Circle,” the Opry’s post read on social media.
Want to watch or listen to the Gill family when they perform? Here are all of the ways you can catch the show:
- View the Circle All Access livestream at 8PM EST. You can watch the stream on the Circle Access Facebook page here or on the Circle All Access YouTube page here.
- Watch from your TV by going to the Circle Network. The show will be broadcast on that channel at 8 PM EST.
- Tune in to WSM radio at 8 PM EST to hear the broadcast.
Knowing Vince, Amy, and their daughters, Saturday night’s performance is sure to be an unforgettable one.
If you’ve never heard Jenny or Corrina sing before, be sure to check out the video below. They sang the National Anthem with their dad prior to a Nashville Predators match in 2017, and everyone who heard the performance was amazed.
Hats off to the Gill family for keeping country music’s greatest tradition going during this trying time.