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  • Dec 18, 2021
    Lauren Alaina is invited by Trisha Yearwood to join the Grand Ole Opry
    Jan 2, 2022
    "The Station Inn: Bluegrass Beacon" closes after a year at Nashville's Country Music Hall of Fame. The exhibit celebrated an influential bluegrass venue, displaying a sound console; instruments played by Tammy Rogers, Mike Bub and Mike Compton; and seats from a Lester Flatt tour bus that are part of the club's furniture
    Jan 15, 2022
    Broadcaster Ralph Emery dies at Centennial Medical Center in Nashville. He earned fame as an overnight disc jockey for Nashville's WSM before becoming a TV figure, peaking with his daily TNN show, "Nashville Now." He joined the Country Music Hall of Fame in 2007
    Jan 15, 2022
    Alabama sportscaster Jay Barker is arrested in Nashville after attempting to hit two people--including Sara Evans, from whom he is estranged--with his car
    Feb 12, 2022
    Lauren Alaina is officially inducted into the Grand Ole Opry. She sings "Walkaway Joe" with Trisha Yearwood with Garth Brooks supporting them on guitar
    Feb 26, 2022
    Miranda Lambert and Dierks Bentley perform during an intermission when the Nashville Predators host the Tampa Bay Lightning in an oudoor NHL game at Nissan Stadium
    Mar 1, 2022
    Warner Mack dies in Nashville. He earned a #1 single in 1965 with "The Bridge Washed Out" and wrote "Is It Wrong (For Loving You)," which would become a hit three times --for Mack, for Webb Pierce and for Sonny James
    Mar 4, 2022
    Songwriter Jimbeau Hinson dies in Nashville eight months after suffering the first of two strokes, following quadruple-bypass surgery. He authored David Lee Murphy's "Party Crowd," The Oak Ridge Boys' "Fancy Free" and Brenda Lee's "Broken Trust"
    Apr 3, 2022
    Miranda Lambert makes a surprise appearance at her Nashville bar, Casa Rosa, performing "Drunk (And I Don't Wanna Go Home)" with Gwen Sebastian
    Apr 5, 2022
    Dierks Bentley, Bobby Bare, Connie Smith and Keb' Mo' are inducted into the Music City Walk of Fame in Nashville

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