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Feb 12

Chris Janson To Make Grand Ole Opry Debut February 15

Chris Janson

Chris Janson photo by Kristin Barlowe, courtesy of Sweet Talk Publicity.

Chris Janson will make his Grand Ole Opry debut this Friday, February 15. He’ll perform his new single, “Better I Don’t,” which was the second most added song to country radio playlists the week it was released.

“Words can’t describe how humbled I am, that I’ve been asked to play the Grand Ole Opry,” Chris said. “This will be my greatest career highlight, hands down. Dreams do come true. I’m so grateful.”

Chris, who co-wrote Tim McGraw’s “Truck Yeah,” will join Josh Turner, Craig Morgan, The Black Lillies, Jimmy Dickens, John Conlee, Ricky Skaggs and more on Friday’s Grand Ole Opry lineup. Listen to “Better I Don’t” here.


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