*

*

Monday, April 25, 2011

Y'All Come

The First Sergeant and I enjoyed a toe-tapping weekend at the Grand Ole Opry.
A star-packed venue the two and a half hour show was packed with up and coming entertainers, and legends of the Grand Ole Opry alike.

I must confess, I was moved to tears, when Bobby Osborne sang the state song "Rocky Top", it brought the house down.


We plan to return, and make this a regular engagement.

Nothing can compare.

15 comments:

Barbara Anne said...

How delightful!! Country music isn't my favorite, but The Grand Old Opry is a long-time joy, especially "Rocky Top"!

So glad you and the 1st Sargent had a lovely time and will go again.

Hugs!

Betsy said...

My Taylor was there! He comes home today! :)

Jill said...

Your photos are beautiful! Sounds like a great time at the Grand Ole Opry.

Sandra said...

color me Green With Envy!

Country Gal said...

Wonderful ! One day we will get there ! Glad you had a nice time. Have a good day !

L. D. Burgus said...

I bet that was a lot of fun. It is quite a concert for that long and you must be able to hear a lot of different artists.

Deanna said...

GREAT FUN!
something i hope i'll get to do someday!
d

Julie Harward said...

Sounds wonderful...I would so love to go there! ;D

Kritter Keeper at Farm Tails said...

osburn used to be married to my husband's cousin. he came up to play in our area last year. i have pics on my iphone. great show, i know!!!

Rebecca said...

I confess I was moved to tears just THINKING about "Rocky Top"!

Clare said...

Hubby and I have been twice now. We are planning to come to Nashville again this summer, just waiting for the perfect Opry lineup. My dream one would be Marty Stuart, Del Mccoury and Merle Haggard. Great pics

AshTreeCottage said...

What fun!

Lots of love,
Susan and Bentley
xxoo

The Redneck Rosarian said...

Sounds like you all had a blast. I grew up in Nashville. Going to the Opry was and is a sight to behold. You never know who will show up! So glad you all went.

Star said...

Glad you had a night out. After all the pain of your knee op recently, you deserve it.
Happy Belated Easter to you.

W. Latane Barton said...

Sounds like something to add to the 'gotta do' list. Not crazy about country music but I like some of all kinds of music.