Paisley added to Opry All-Star Weekend
Monday, February 28, 2011
– Brad Paisley was added to this weekend's Opry All-Star Weekend line-up at the Grand Ole Opry in Nashville. Paisley will celebrate 10 years of Opry membership with an appearance March 5 along with The Band Perry and Blake Shelton as well as the Opry debut of Valory Music's Edens Edge. Friday night's two Opry shows include reigning Carrie Underwood, plus Rodney Atkins and Shelton.
All-Star Weekend guests will have a chance to meet Opry member Terri Clark, who will sign copies of her latest CD, "The Long Way Home," and her new DVD, "Live At Cedar Creek," in The Opry Shop on March 5 from 5:30-6:30 p.m. before appearing on that night's Opry show. Fans can also enjoy backstage tours of the newly refurbished Grand Ole Opry House throughout the weekend, which will include the debut of Opry check-in features on Facebook and Foursquare, giving fans the opportunity to save on weekend Opry activities, Opry star music, and other merchandise.
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