NASHVILLE, Tenn. – (October 17, 2023) – After hosting NBC’s “Christmas at the Opry” at the Grand Ole Opry House and accepting the Country Champion Award at the inaugural “People’s Choice Country Awards” from the Grand Ole Opry House stage, Grammy-award winning Wynonna will return to the home of country music again to perform on the Grand Ole Opry Tuesday, November 14.
Wynonna’s performance will be filmed for an OPRY LIVE special, “A Tribute To The Judds,” which will also feature performances captured on the Opry stage throughout the fall of artists included on the album A Tribute To The Judds, scheduled for release October 27, including Lainey Wilson (“Mama He’s Crazy”), Ashley McBryde, Shelly Fairchild (“Rockin’ With the Rhythm of the Rain”), Mandy Barnett, Emily West (“I Know Where I’m Going”) and Jamey Johnson, Ella Langley (“Young Love (Strong Love)”).
The Judds OPRY LIVE special will air Dec. 2 on Circle Network, Circle All Access Facebook, Twitter and YouTube. The Opry show will be heard on opry.com and wsmonline.com, SiriusXM Willie’s Roadhouse, and the show’s flagship radio home, WSM Radio.
The two-hour “Christmas at the Opry,” hosted by Wynonna, will air on NBC on Dec. 7 at 8 p.m. ET/PT and on Peacock on December 8 featuring an all-star lineup including Opry members Trace Adkins, Lauren Alaina and Chris Janson as well as Adam Doleac, BRELAND, Brenda Lee, Chrissy Metz, Kelly Clarkson, Meghan Patrick, Mickey Guyton, and Mitchell Tenpenny.
Tickets are on sale now for all 2023 Opry, Opry Country Classics, and Opry Country Christmas shows at (615) 871-OPRY and opry.com. For more details go to Opry.com.
ABOUT WYNONNA JUDD
With the release of her 1992 self-titled solo debut, Wynonna emerged as a singular force in American music. Beyond the five Grammy Awards, the multi-platinum albums and sold-out tours, the country/soul vocalist built on the Appalachian traditionalism that defined the Judds to create a world where Top 5 dance/club hits were as possible as being inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame.
Having practically grown up as America’s favorite musical daughter, Wynonna matured into a woman who embraced how life is filled with peaks and valleys, great thrills, and heavy disappointment. Those realities informed her 5x-platinum “Wynonna” and nearing 3x-platinum “Tell Me Why,” the albums that gave voice to every human being emerging into their own adulthood with joy in their heart.
Beyond the groundbreaking music she and her mother created as the Judds, Wynonna has grown into her once-in-a-generation vocal prowess with an ease that made people clamor to her. “No One Else on Earth,” “Tell Me Why,” “She Is His Only Need,” “Girls With Guitars” and “I Saw The Light” set the next chapter in motion for the girl from Ashland, Ky. who became a global superstar.
About the Grand Ole Opry: The Grand Ole Opry is the home of country music where artists and fans gather, in person and virtually, to celebrate and be part of country’s past, present and future. Founded in Nashville in 1925 and today the longest-running live broadcast show in the world, the Opry strengthens its roots by constantly evolving. The Opry’s members are country’s most emblematic artists, and the show regularly showcases country music’s top new talent. The Opry welcomes legions of fans to visit the Opry House in Nashville, Tennessee – Music City, USA – to experience one of the 3-5 live shows it hosts per week; take a backstage tour; listen to live broadcasts on opry.com and wsmonline.com, SiriusXM Willie’s Roadhouse, or its flagship home WSM Radio; and watch Opry Live on Saturday nights and Opry content all week long on the Circle Network. The Grand Ole Opry is owned by Ryman Hospitality Properties (NYSE: RHP) and part of a strategic investment with Atairos and NBCUniversal. For more information, visit opry.com.