Next time you’re in a Cracker Barrel Old Country Store, be sure to get your hands on the brand new exclusive box set, Grand Ole Opry – By The Decades. This four disc bundle spans a remarkable history of performances in Nashville’s legendary Grand Ole Opry, with special attention to the 60s, 70s, 80s, and 90s.
Step back fifty years and enjoy Jim Brown’s “Pop A Top,” Jeannie Seely’s Grammy-winning “Don’t Touch Me,” and a young Willie Nelson perform “Columbus Stockade Blues.” On disc two, Barbara Mandrell releases her female prowess on her rendition of Luther Ingram’s R&B classic “If Loving You Is Wrong (I Don’t Want To Be Right),” but the real highlight is when George Porter breaks out with James Taylor’s “Bartender Blues.” Next up, the 80s gets proper attention with Randy Travis’s “Forever and Ever, Amen.” The song reflects a monumental point in country music in that it was one of only four singles to top the Billboard country charts for three consecutive weeks in the 80s. And Garth Brooks fans have reason to smile with “Much Too Young to Feel This Damn Old.” Lastly, disc four celebrates the 90s with Joe Diffie (“Pickup Man”), Trish Yearwood (“The Song Remembers When”) and Martine McBride (“A Broken Wing”), and plenty more.
Grand Ole Opry – By The Decades is a timeless collection that no country fan should be without.