The Kentucky Headhunters Debut at the Grand Ole Opry

The Kentucky Headhunters Debut at the Grand Ole Opry

The Kentucky Headhunters Debut at the Grand Ole Opry on 4th December you can listen/watch at home this fun event

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During all of their years as entertainers, GRAMMY Award-winning southern rock, blues and country group The Kentucky Headhunters have never performed on the stage of the Grand Ole Opry. 
That all changes on Saturday, Dec. 4 when the boys from the Bluegrass State walk into the Opry’s hallowed wooden circle for the very first time.

I must say The Kentucky Headhunters had to take a deep breath, twice, when our USA publicist Don Murry Grubbs called to say we had been asked to be on the Grand Ole Opry stage for the first time, says Headhunters guitarist and vocalist Richard Young.

In the early ’90s when the Headhunters released their debut album, Pickin’ on NashvilleBill Monroe approached Roy Acuff about having the group perform on the Opry stage.

“Mr. Acuff said, ‘I think they are probably good boys and would do a fine job, but let’s get ’em a haircut first,” reminisces Young. “Needless to say, it never happened. We are so looking forward to our first appearance on the Opry stage in 30 years. We still got our hair, too. Well, most of it!”

The Opry can be heard at opry.com and wsmonline.com, SiriusXM Satellite Radio (Willie’s Roadhouse), and its flagship home, 650 AM-WSM.
Anyone outside of the US can listen in via wsmradio.com

The Kentucky Headhunters Debut at the Grand Ole Opry

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