Iowa Native Hailey Whitters To Perform At the Grand Ole Opry
The Iowa woman turned country star announced that she'll be performing at the Grand Ole Opry this month.
It's always an exciting career highlight for performers when they get to play at one of the most famous country music venues of all time.
Hailey Whitters, a Shueyville native has been everywhere over the past few months!
In November, fans of the hit show Yellowstone might remember when a Hailey Whitters song was featured on the program. Her 2015 track 'Black Sheep' played during the first few minutes of an episode this season.
You can check out more details about this exciting pop culture moment here!
And then there was yet another exciting Yellowstone connection with the country star that happened this year! Luke Grimes, also known on the show as Kayce Dutton, helped her tease some new music that's on the horizon.
You can check out that fun video here!
Her upcoming album Raised has a March 18th release date. This new body of work is described as, "a cinematic rendering of her upbringing in Shueyville" according to Vulture.
Ahead of this album release, Whitters recently announced that she will be making a stop at the Grand Ole Opry!
"I'm playing the Opry on Friday night to celebrate the release of Raised!"
The Iowa woman is set to perform at the Nashville venue on March 18th at 7:00 PM CST.
This won't be the singer's Opry debut. She first stepped foot on the Nashville stage back in August of 2019.
“I think anyone who buys an Opry ticket knows they are witnessing country music history,” said the singer in an interview with Grand Ole Opry officials.
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