The country singer/songwriter from Oklahoma has made one hell of a name for himself over the past decade across Oklahoma, Texas, and beyond.
With that being said, he’s finally getting some well-deserved recognition from the greatest stage in all of country music, the Grand Ole Opry, as he’s officially announced he’ll be making his Grand Ole Opry debut.
He’s slated to play the Opry September 9th, and needless to say, he’s stoked to be living out the dream he’s had since getting into country music:
“The thought of standing on the same stage as the legends that have paved the way for me to do what I do is almost beyond words for me.
From Hank Williams to George Jones to Garth Brooks and every legend in between that has sculpted country music, it’s hard to believe I’ll be stepping on the most historic and respected stage that they once have.
I take this moment in my career with the ultimate gratitude and awe – I just hope I can make them proud! This is definitely one of those moments that I know I will remember for the rest of my life.”