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Wynonna Judd & Marty Stuart to Be Featured on The Big Interview with Dan Rather

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AXS TV announced the return of THE BIG INTERVIEW, airing the season three premiere on Tuesday, January 13th, at 8pE. Hosted by venerable newsman Dan Rather, the series boasts exclusive, in-depth discussions with some of entertainment’s biggest names, as the reporting legend gets them to open up about their personal lives and esteemed careers.

This season’s lineup features probing and thought-provoking conversations, kicking off with critically acclaimed country star Wynonna Judd on January 13th, the powerhouse singer, actress and philanthropist behind such genre smash hits as “She Is His Only Need” and “Love Can Build A Bridge.” Then, on January 20th, rock n’ roll pioneer Carlos Santana talks about mentoring other artists, the birth of creativity, and the art of playing the guitar.

Also appearing on THE BIG INTERVIEW this season is celebrated country crooner Marty Stuart on January 27th; beloved parody master “Weird Al” Yankovic on February 3rd; singer/songwriter Daryl Hall, one-half of the award-winning ‘70s pop duo Hall & Oates, on February 10rh; and the original king of comedy, himself, Don Rickles on February 17th.

“Dan Rather has a unique ability to get the most out of his subjects, presenting viewers with a side of celebrities that is not often seen,” said Michele M. Dix, AXS TV’s senior vice president, programming and development. “AXS TV is proud to be able to bring THE BIG INTERVIEW back for a third season, loaded with insightful interviews with some of the biggest names in the business.”

THE BIG INTERVIEW Schedule Includes:
Jan. 13 – 8 p.m. ET – Wynonna Judd
Jan. 20 – 8 p.m. ET – Carlos Santana
Jan. 27 – 8 p.m. ET – Marty Stuart
Feb. 3 – 8 p.m. ET – “Weird Al” Yankovic
Feb. 10 – 8 p.m. ET – Daryl Hall
Feb. 17 – 8 p.m. ET – Don Rickles

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“Opry Country Classics” Returns To Ryman Auditorium

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The unforgettable songs that helped transform Nashville into Music City are set to return to the stage of the historic Ryman Auditorium during the sixth year of Opry Country Classics Thursdays March 27 – May 22. Grammy®-winner Larry Gatlin returns as host of the nine-show run.

Each of the popular Opry Country Classics shows will feature Gatlin, a number of special guests, and a Spotlight Artist sharing several greatest hits. Spotlight Artists scheduled for the spring include Marty Stuart (March 27), Lorrie Morgan and Pam Tillis (April 3), Charlie Daniels Band (April 10), Oak Ridge Boys (April 17), and Craig Morgan (May 22).

Opry Country Classics tickets as well as money-saving ticket combos including admission to both Thursday night Opry Country Classics shows and Tuesday, Friday, or Saturday Grand Ole Opry shows are available by visiting or by calling 615-871-OPRY or 800-SEE-OPRY.

Old Crow Medicine Show Invited To Join Grand Ole Opry

Old Crow Medine Show invite trade by Chris Hollo 5501 8-16-13
Photo By: Chris Hollo

Photo By: Chris Hollo

Popular modern-day string band Old Crow Medicine Show was invited to join the Grand Ole Opry this evening by Opry member and friend Marty Stuart during the group’s concert at the Ohio Theatre in Cleveland, OH. The group will formally be inducted into the Opry at the Grand Ole Opry House in Nashville on Tues., Sept. 17. Among the award-winning group’s first performances in Nashville were on the sidewalks outside the Opry House in Summer 2000, playing for fans entering and exiting Opry performances. The band graduated to the Opry stage for its official Opry debut on Jan. 13, 2001, and has become a fan favorite during dozens of Opry performances since.

Near the end of the concert, Stuart surprised the group on stage, saying, “In 1925, there was a show started in Nashville called the Grand Ole Opry. It was founded on a traditional fiddle tune. It was founded on hard-hitting old-time music. It was founded on being a good-natured riot. And it’s been going on for 88 years. It’s a great American story. Would you all consider becoming a part of this great American story and becoming Grand Ole Opry members?”

Old Crow members answered with a resounding yes and hands in the air while the sold-out crowd responded with a standing ovation. Stuart and the band then combined forces on “We Don’t Grow Tobacco” before the band launched into its signature crowd favorite, “Wagon Wheel.”

“Inviting Old Crow to become our next member is truly exciting for us,” said Pete Fisher, Opry vice president and general manager. “For one, Old Crow has grown before our eyes from entertaining Opry-goers for free in the Opry Plaza a dozen years ago to rank today among the most respected and popular acts in music. The band leaves the audience wanting more every time it takes the Opry stage, or any stage.”

“It’s also exciting that in many ways Old Crow looks and sounds a lot like some of the string bands of the 1920s  which helped first propel the Opry to national prominence,” Fisher continued. “While recent Opry inductees and contemporary hit-makers such as Darius Rucker, Keith Urban, Carrie Underwood, and Dierks Bentley, will help shape the Opry in coming years, our future is also in excellent hands with this group which happens to be quite reminiscent of our musical past. It’s an awesome full circle.”

Marty Stuart’s Late Night Jam Lineup Announced

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Join Marty Stuart and his Fabulous Superlatives for their annual country music throw-down, hillbilly-homecoming rave-up, The Late Night Jam, at the Ryman on Wednesday, June 5.

The best old school show of the week also features the best band in country music and benefits Musicares and the CMA”s Keep The Music Playing Fund. Featuring Marty Stuart and His Fabulous Superlatives, Connie Smith & The Sundowners, The Oak Ridge Boys, and Bobby Bare with Brandy Clark, Charlie Worsham, Sleepy Man Banjo Boy & as always, surprise guests.

Tickets $29.50 and $39.50 at

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