Take the amazingly talented Little Big Town, add some legendary Oak Ridge Boys, and then mix the two for one of the most infectious country songs of all time.
It’s exactly what happened to bright up the Grand Ole Opry over the weekend, when the audience was shocked at the surprise on-stage collaboration between The Oak Ridge Boys and Little Big Town on the Oaks’ classic “Elvira” on Oct. 2. What made the moment even better was the fact that both groups received special 90th anniversary member gifts shortly after their lively performance.
“For 90 years, Opry members have been the heart and soul of the show that made country music famous,” proclaimed Opry Vice President and General Manager Pete Fisher. “Moments like these connecting generations of great country artists are what the Grand Ole Opry is all about.”
And we all gave a hearty “Amen” to that.