Carrie Underwood celebrated a major milestone at the Grand Ole Opry on Saturday (March 25) with her 100th performance in the iconic circle. The singer took part in four sold-out shows while being recognized for her big achievement.
Cole Swindell made his Opry debut on March 26, 2016, but before he stepped onto the iconic circle, he recorded a special acoustic version of his emotional hit “You Should Be Here” backstage in the Opry Lounge.
It's heart warming to see someone as young as Scotty McCreery covering a country legends hit that went #1 in 1974. It shows the diversity of Scotty's talents, the longevity of George Jones' songs and keeps the "old country" alive.
She's one of the most successful country singers of her generation and one of the genre's most polished performers, but 12 years ago today (June 10, 2005), Carrie Underwood was just a shy kid who was about to debut on the Grand Ole Opry.
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