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Grand Ole Opry Hotel

The Opryland Hotel is a luxury hotel located in the Opryland complex area near Nashville International Airport. Under majestic, climate-controlled glass atriums, you'll be surrounded
by nine acres of lush indoor gardens, winding rivers and pathways, and sparkling waterfalls where you can unwind, explore, shop, dine, and be entertained to your heart's content. Highlights include a 44-foot waterfall, laser-light and fountain shows, and tours aboard our Delta Flatboats - right inside the hotel. While you are here, experience the legendary sounds of the Grand Ole Opry



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  Nashville's radio station WSM
 ("We Shield Millions," the slogan of its insurance-company sponsor)
first broadcast on October 5, 1925. Two years later, at the start of his Barn Dance show, compere George D. Hay announced "for the past hour we have been listening to music taken largely from Grand Opera, but from now on we will present
The Grand Ole Opry
This piece of slang became the name of America's longest-running radio show, still going out to millions every Friday and Saturday evening on WSM-AM (650); the original "hillbilly" jam session has become country music's elite showcase.

Swiftly outgrowing
the WSM studios, the show moved
 in 1943 to a former tabernacle -
the Ryman Auditorium . There it acquired a make-or-break reputation; up-and-coming singers could only claim to have made it
if they had gone down well
at the Opry. Among thousands of hopefuls who tried to get on the
show was Elvis Presley, advised by an Opry official in 1954 to stick to truck-driving. The first appearance of Hank Williams , in 1949, commanded an unequaled six encores. Within four years,
the Opry audience was singing his
evangelical I Saw the Light on
 the news of his
drink- and drug-induced death.

In 1974 the show moved on again, this time to a new purpose-built
 4424-seat theater in what was the Opryland theme park
 (now the Opry Mills mall) - one of many Opry spin-offs,
 including hotels, TV stations and a record label. Among more than sixty stars currently on the Opry roster are old-timers like Hank Snow and
Charlie Louvin, perennial superstars like Dolly Parton, and current country chart-toppers such as Garth Brooks and Alison Krauss. However, many
of the younger artists are busy touring, so most shows are dominated by stars
whose best days have past.

Throughout the year, two performances on Saturday night at 6.30pm and 9.30pm and one on Friday night at 7.30pm feature up to twenty acts. During the summer there's an extra Friday night show
 and matinee on Tuesday.
The line-ups are usually announced
at the box office on the preceding Thursday.
are $23-25 and not too hard to get, especially if you book in advance. Contact the box office at 2808 Opryland Drive, Nashville, TN 37214 (tel 615/889-3060).

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