Lainey Wilson Celebrates Opry Anniversary on The Opry Stage
Lainey Wilson played the Grand Ole Opry last night (2/14), and it is becoming a Valentine’s night tradition for her. She made her debut on the Grand Ole Opry stage on Valentine’s Day (2/14) in 2020.
Lainey posted a video clip of her Opry debut performance to Instagram yesterday (2/14). She wrote, “It’s always an honor to step into the @opry circle. See y’all tonight! #valentinesday #grandoleopry.”
While backstage, ready to play the Opry, she posted a couple of photos from the evening. She wrote, “I wear my (heart emoji) on my sleeve at the @opry.”
Many of her faithful following reacted to the post, including one fan who wrote, “Almost needed to call 911 there for a second. I thought you were wearing a dress.” Another fan commented, “You were wonderful!!” One more fan said, “BEST SHOW – but went by too fast.”
The Grand Ole Opry’s official Instagram posted a photo of Wilson holding signs of her performance in 2020 and last night (2/14).
They captioned the post, “Three years ago tonight, @laineywilsonmusic made her Grand Ole Opry debut! To celebrate Lainey’s Opry debut anniversary, we’re giving away two signed show posters: one from the night of her debut and one from tonight’s show! Own two pieces of Lainey’s Opry history by entering to win: follow us, tag a friend in the comments. Like this post & share your story for an extra entry!”
Lainey Wilson and HARDY recently joined the lineup for “Reportin’ for Duty: A Tribute to Leslie Jordan.” The show will be held at the Grand Ole Opry House in Nashville on February 19. Other artists joining the lineup include Tanya Tucker, Ruby Amanfu, Charlie Worsham, and Katie Pruitt.
Money raised from the show will benefit a cause close to Jordan’s heart, the EB Research Partnership, an organization dedicated to funding research to treat and cure Epidermolysis Bullosa (EB).
Artists set to celebrate his life and career with performances include Eddie Vedder, Maren Morris, Brothers Osborne, Brittney Spencer, Billy Strings, Lukas Nelson, Jake Wesley Rogers, Ashley McBryde, Fancy Hagood, Jelly Roll, Danny Myrick, and Travis Howard.
They will perform in addition to special appearances by Jim Parsons, Anthony Mason, Mayim Bialik, Cheyenne Jackson, Max Greenfield, Margaret Cho, Robyn Schall, and Leanne Morgan.