PHOTOS: Miss Willie Brown’s Opry Debut

Country music duo Miss Willie Brown made their Grand Ole Opry debut Saturday night in Nashville, Tennessee. The A&M Octane Records’ artists performed “Bonafide” and the emotionally charged “Let Me In” during their appearance on the iconic stage. The girls received a standing ovation from the crowd on their ballad on the night. The duo is comprised of Kasey Buckley and Amanda Watkins.

“I remember being a little girl and taking a tour of the Opry with my parents, so to be standing on that stage was beyond humbling for me.   It was a moment I’ve dreamed about since I was 10 years old,” said Watkins. 
“This is, hands down, one of the greatest experiences we have had since we started playing music,” added Buckley. 
Check out the pictures below from the girls’ debut Opry appearance below. Photo credit:  Chris Hollo, Hollophotographics for 2012 Grand Ole Opry.
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