Catch Grand Ole Opry’s 4,918th consecutive Saturday night concert, in partnership with Circle Network, featuring Lauren Alaina and Ashley McBryde and hosted by country music artist Terri Clark. The event is part of the SLING TV free experience, with no paid SLING TV account required. Clark, Alaina and McBryde will take the stage for an intimate live performance beginning at 8 p.m. ET.
Clark will be joined by UMG Nashville’s ACM award-winner Lauren Alaina and Warner Music Nashville’s CMA Best New Artist winner and Grammy-nominated Ashley McBryde, whose album Never Will releases today, April 3.
This week’s concert marks the launch of the Grand Ole Opry’s #UNBROKEN, a charitable campaign to raise money for the MusiCares COVID-19 Relief Fund. The fund benefits artists and musicians struggling through the pandemic.
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