The Farm To Make Opry Debut

Country music trio The Farm will finally be making their Grand Ole Opry debut on Friday, February 10th. It’s an exciting accomplishment for any country music artist, especially this group. Krista Marie shared her excitement:

“One of the very first things I did after moving to Music City, was visit the Grand Ole Opry. It was so exciting and intimidating to stand on the stage where all the legends have played. The last time my grandmother came to visit, she said, ‘I can’t wait until the day that you are playing here. I won’t miss it.’ It’s now two years since she passed, but I know that she will be there, and have the best seat in the house. I’m honored to be sharing this special moment with my amazing partners, Nick and Damien.””

Damien Horne believes that the moment has a special place because of who he is:

“Playing the Grand Ole Opry is a dream of all dreams, as an artist, a fan and an African American. I am honored and humbled by this opportunity.”

Nick Hoffman is just as excited as his two partners. He had the last word on the big moment:

“Being invited to play the Grand Ole Opry is, simply put, a dream come true. As a fiddle player, one of my earliest inspirations was and still is the great Opry star Roy Acuff. When I first saw him spin his bow and play that fiddle on TV, I knew that Nashville was the place for me. All of my heroes are Opry Stars. I still spin my bow around on stage as a bit of a tribute to Mr. Acuff. It’ll be one of the great moments of my life to stand where they stood.”

Tickets are available for The Farm’s Opry debut at They will be joined by Josh Turner, Diamond Rio, Little Jimmy Dickens, and more on the date.

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