Texas country singer Granger Smith will finally make his Grand Ole Opry debut this month.
The milestone moment follows the success of his current single “Backroad Song”, which has been steadily climbing up the country charts in recent weeks. Now, Granger will celebrate by performing two back-to-back performances at the Ryman Auditorium on Nov. 28.
This important night for Granger will also mark another very special occasion – the 90th anniversary of the Grand Ole Opry. Tickets are currently on-sale for both nights, with prices ranging from $32 to $72.50. Tracy Lawrence and Restless Heart are also scheduled to perform during the Saturday night broadcast.
It’s currently unclear if Granger’s alter ego Earl Tibbles Jr. will make an appearance during his two history-making sets. Either way, that special night will likely go down as one of the most important and meaningful moments in Granger’s career.
Granger is currently out on the road supporting his latest EP, 4×4. The Dallas native is scheduled to play venues across the country through the end of December, including a sold-out show at Nashville’ 3rd & Lindsley on Nov. 20. You can find a full list of tour dates at his official website.