Cast members at Virginia’s Li’l Ole Opry will kick up their heels on Saturday as they take the audience back in time to the “good ol’ days” of country and rock and roll music for the annual Oldies Show.
The show, featuring house band Shades of Country, Opry singers and some special guests, will be held at the Mathews High School auditorium. Doors open at 7:30 p.m. and the show begins at 8.
“This is one of the most requested shows we do each year,” Opry president Lynda Smith said. “9 to 5,” “He Stopped Loving Her Today,” “Get Ready” and “Great Balls of Fire” are a few of the classic hits on Saturday’s play list.
Mathews County native Hunter Owens and past Opry member Mike Robbins, a Richmond native, will be guest performers on the show. “You’ll swear you’re listening to George Jones himself,” Smith said of Robbins. The two will join Lynda and Richard Smith, William Earl Sadler, Ralph Motley, David Shuber, Sam Hogge, Jeff Long, Susan Ripley, Tracy Hill, A.J. McKeen, Harmony Smi...
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