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Reba Celebrates 40 Years in the Opry

NASHVILLE, Tenn. - (September 22, 2017) – The Grand Ole Opry celebrated the 40th Anniversary of Reba McEntire’s Opry debut tonight with surprise appearances by Dolly Parton and Carrie Underwood with Vince Gill as host. McEntire first played the Opry on September 17, 1977. Underwood surprised the audience with an unannounced performance of three of her biggest hits followed by another appearance with McEntire to duet on the Grammy-winning “Does He Love You.” “It’s always an honor to be on this stage, especially tonight. You are an inspiration to us all,” Underwood said to McEntire.  Parton had made a last-minute Opry appearance on the night of McEntire’s debut, reducing McEntire’s set to one song. Recalling that 40 years ago she had taken one of the songs McEntire was to have performed, Parton said, “I just wanted to give it back to you tonight ... and say hello and congratulations and how much I love you.” "She's an old, sweet, dear friend of mine," said Gill, about his fel…
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Remembering Troy Gentry

A public celebration of life has been set for Montgomery Gentry member Troy Gentry, who died Friday, Sept. 8 in Medford, N.J. He was 50. The celebration of life will take place Thursday, Sept. 14 at 11 a.m. CT at the Grand Ole Opry House, located on 2804 Opryland Dr. in Nashville. A private, family internment will follow. For those unable to attend the celebration of life event, a live stream can be viewed at opry.comon Thursday. In lieu of flowers, the family asks that donations be made to T.J. Martell Foundation or The American Red Cross for hurricane relief.

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