Livestreaming at Nashville shrine could evolve to include live audiences Nashville’s Ryman Auditorium launched “Live at the Ryman,” a six-week live performance subscription series it hopes will grow to include in-person concerts as soon as local health regulations permit, with For King & Country on Aug. 14. Tickets are being sold at the Ryman’s website. With input from the Ryman’s wellness adviser, Vanderbilt Health, Opry Entertainment hopes to turn “Live at the Ryman” into a first-of-its-kind “hybrid,” with pay-per-view livestreaming paving the way for the return of limited live audiences at the historic venue. Other artists taking part in the series are Cam, Chris Janson, Scotty McCreery, Brett Young and Old Crow Medicine Show. McCreery comes full circle with his series performance, having been the last artist to perform at Ryman Auditorium before it shut down because of the COVID-19 pandemic. While the first “Live at the Ryman” show was… Continue Reading Revival at the Ryman

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