Megan Moroney To Make Grand Ole Opry Debut Next Month

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2023 is off to an incredible start for Megan Moroney.

Not only is she in the studio working on her debut album, fresh off a record deal with Sony, she’s slated to make her debut at the Grand Ole Opry next month.

She shared the news of her first performance at the Mother Church of Country Music in a post on Instagram, along with a video showing the great Jamey Johnson and Deana Carter (who FaceTimed in), breaking it to her together.

Like she mentioned in the caption, you know if Jamey’s making a surprise visit to see you in the studio, it’s going to be something worth being excited about:

“when @jameyjohnsonofficial surprises you at the studio with @deanatunes on FaceTime you know it’s gotta be something good!!!!!

so excited to make my opry debut on february 11th.”

Megan’s performance will be on February 11th:

In addition to working on her debut studio album, Megan recently sent her first single to country radio in “Tennessee Orange,” which first went viral on TikTok and quickly became a fan-favorite.

A co-write by Megan, Ben Williams, David Fanning and Paul Jenkins, she sings about falling for a guy who’s seemingly converted her into a Tennessee Volunteers fan, as she admits she’s now wearing “Tennessee Orange for him,” and even finds herself going to games at Neyland stadium.

On top of that, seeing as she’s a diehard Georgia Bulldogs fan, he has her committing the most egregious of sins that her daddy would never approve of, like “learning the words to ol ‘Rocky Top,’” and even forgetting that she’s “always looked better in red.”

Check out the new music video while you’re here, and a huge congratulations to Megan on this very exciting milestone:

The acoustic version is great, too:

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