Grand Ole Opry Famous Quotes & Sayings

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21 Grand Ole Opry Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

Grand Ole Opry Sayings By Lenny Breau: My folks were country music performers. They made records and even did a few tours My folks were country music performers. They made records and even did a few tours with the Grand Ole Opry. There always were a lot of guitarists around. — Lenny Breau
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Grand Ole Opry Sayings By Johnny Cash: Backstage at the Grand Ole Opry, I got on my knees and told her that Backstage at the Grand Ole Opry, I got on my knees and told her that I was going to marry her some day. We were both married to someone else at the time. 'Ring Of Fire' - June and Merle Kilgore wrote that song for me-that's the way our love affair was. We fell madly in love and we worked together all the time, toured together all the time, and when the tour was over we both had to go home to other people. It hurt. — Johnny Cash
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Grand Ole Opry Sayings By Patsy Cline: Carnegie Hall was real fabulous, but you know, it ain't as big as the Grand Carnegie Hall was real fabulous, but you know, it ain't as big as the Grand Ole Opry. — Patsy Cline
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Grand Ole Opry Sayings By Connie Smith: Jimmy Dickens was the essence of country music and the heart of the Grand Ole Jimmy Dickens was the essence of country music and the heart of the Grand Ole Opry. — Connie Smith
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Grand Ole Opry Sayings By Ronnie Milsap: I feel this is a family here, so kinda regardless of whatever happens in your I feel this is a family here, so kinda regardless of whatever happens in your life, you always can come home to the Grand Ole Opry, thank God. — Ronnie Milsap
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Grand Ole Opry Sayings By Kim Field: Among musical instruments, only the first - the human voice - is more universal than Among musical instruments, only the first - the human voice - is more universal than the harmonica. This is appropriate, given that the mouth organ is the most ventriloquial of musical devices. "I throw my voice," explains Lonnie Glosson, the seller of millions of "talking harmonicas." DeFord Bailey, harmonica star of the early Grand Ole Opry broadcasts, approached his first mouth organ as an impressionist would: "Oh, I would wear it out, trying to imitate everything I heard! Hens, foxes, hounds, turkeys . . . everything around me. — Kim Field
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Grand Ole Opry Sayings By George Jones: The only music we ever listened to out in the piney woods was Roy Acuff The only music we ever listened to out in the piney woods was Roy Acuff and the Grand Ole Opry. That was the only night of the week I was allowed to lay in the middle of the bed with Mama and Daddy, just long enough to hear Roy Acuff sing; then I had to go back to bed. — George Jones
Grand Ole Opry Sayings By Darius Rucker: When I was asked if I wanted to perform on the Grand Ole Opry, I When I was asked if I wanted to perform on the Grand Ole Opry, I yelled, 'Are you kidding me?' I've been waiting for that my whole life. To be invited where so many of the greatest country artists have performed is an honor, and I still can't believe it has been bestowed on me. Just to stand in the circle where so many greats have stood-Hank Williams, Kitty Wells, I just couldn't believe it. — Darius Rucker
Grand Ole Opry Sayings By Willie Nelson: When I was growing up, Nashville was the place to go if you had songs When I was growing up, Nashville was the place to go if you had songs to sell and thought you had talent and wanted to tour and be on Grand Ole Opry [radio show]. It was the big deal back in those days to play the Grand Ole Opry. And you could travel around the world saying, "Hi, I'm Willie from the Grand Ole Opry". — Willie Nelson
Grand Ole Opry Sayings By Laura Bell Bundy: What I loved about country music when I was a kid was the Grand Ole What I loved about country music when I was a kid was the Grand Ole Opry, was 'Hee Haw,' was 360 degrees of entertainment. — Laura Bell Bundy
Grand Ole Opry Sayings By Hank Williams Jr.: If they don't have the Grand Ole Opry, like they do in Tennessee, just send If they don't have the Grand Ole Opry, like they do in Tennessee, just send me to hell or New York City, it would be about the same to me. — Hank Williams Jr.
Grand Ole Opry Sayings By Blake Shelton: As a country singer, there is only one place you dream of playing in your As a country singer, there is only one place you dream of playing in your lifetime, and that is the Grand Ole Opry House. — Blake Shelton
Grand Ole Opry Sayings By Brad Paisley: Pilgrims travel to Jerusalem to see the Holy Land, and the foundations of their faith. Pilgrims travel to Jerusalem to see the Holy Land, and the foundations of their faith. People go to Washington, D.C. to see the workings of government, and the foundation of our country. And fans flock to Nashville to see the foundation of country music, the Grand Ole Opry. — Brad Paisley
Grand Ole Opry Sayings By Jim Ed Brown: There's so many great things that happened at the Grand Ole Opry in 50 years. There's so many great things that happened at the Grand Ole Opry in 50 years. You get the chance to go out and visit with your peers. You get a chance to sing your song and say hello to so many friends and neighbors and all that you have. It's just - well, it's a second home. — Jim Ed Brown
Grand Ole Opry Sayings By Lionel Richie: My earliest memories of country music are the Grand Ole Opry. My earliest memories of country music are the Grand Ole Opry. — Lionel Richie
Grand Ole Opry Sayings By Lionel Richie: I grew up with the Grand Ole Opry, Dottie West, Conway Twitty, Buck Owens ... I grew up with the Grand Ole Opry, Dottie West, Conway Twitty, Buck Owens ... not realizing it was influencing me as much as it was. — Lionel Richie
Grand Ole Opry Sayings By Blake Shelton: The Grand Ole Opry is an artist, and I am proud to be one of The Grand Ole Opry is an artist, and I am proud to be one of its songs. — Blake Shelton
Grand Ole Opry Sayings By Bill Anderson: The Grand Ole Opry, to a country singer, is what Yankee Stadium is to a The Grand Ole Opry, to a country singer, is what Yankee Stadium is to a baseball player. Broadway to an actor. It's the top of the ladder, the top of the mountain. You don't just play the Opry; you live it. — Bill Anderson
Grand Ole Opry Sayings By Loretta Lynn: I came out the back of the building and I was hollering, 'I've sung on I came out the back of the building and I was hollering, 'I've sung on the Grand Ole Opry! I've sung on the Grand Ole Opry!' — Loretta Lynn
Grand Ole Opry Sayings By Jimi Hendrix: The Grand Ole Opry used to come on, and I used to watch that. They The Grand Ole Opry used to come on, and I used to watch that. They used to have some pretty heavy cats, heavy guitar players — Jimi Hendrix
Grand Ole Opry Sayings By Carrie Underwood: I called my mom, and I was so excited. I was telling her, 'I'm going I called my mom, and I was so excited. I was telling her, 'I'm going to be on the Grand Ole Opry! This is crazy!' And she told me, 'Watch out for Jimmy Dickens, because he likes the pretty girls. — Carrie Underwood