Grand Ole Opry

2001, TV Show

The granddaddy of music broadcasts has aired continuously since it began on Nashville radio in 1925, and premiered on TV in the '50s, though it didn't become a regular on the small screen until the '80s. The series has originated from several venues over the years, and its stage has been graced by country-music legends like Bill Monroe, Loretta Lynn, George Jones and Patsy Cline, and continues to showcase traditional and contemporary performances.

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Premiered: 2001, on CMT
Rating: TV-G
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Premise: The granddaddy of music broadcasts has aired continuously since it began on Nashville radio in 1925, and premiered on TV in the '50s, though it didn't become a regular on the small screen until the '80s. The series has originated from several venues over the years, and its stage has been graced by country-music legends like Bill Monroe, Loretta Lynn, George Jones and Patsy Cline, and continues to showcase traditional and contemporary performances.

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