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RYMAN AUDITORIUM TO HOST SIX WEEK AMERICANA SERIES

RYMAN AUDITORIUM TO HOST SIX WEEK AMERICANA SERIES

“Americana at the Ryman” Will Celebrate Genre with Newcomers and Veterans

 NASHVILLE, Tenn. — Nashville’s historic Ryman Auditorium is set to host a new annual series this summer. “Americana at the Ryman”  presented by Route 650, will celebrate American roots music with six talent packed shows throughout July and August.

The series kicks off on Sunday, July 15 with multi-award-winning Americana Artist and Instrumentalist of the Year, Buddy Miller along with special guests Lee Ann Womack, Tony Joe White, The McCrary SistersElizabeth Cook and Parker Millsap. Other artists appearing during the series’ run include William FitzsimmonsThe Band of Heathens, Brandy Clark, Jim Lauderdale, Mark O’Connor, Caitlin Rose, Amanda Shires and Justin Townes Earle with more performers to be announced soon.

“Americana at the Ryman” Schedule:

July 15: Buddy Miller and Friends Lee Ann Womack, Tony Joe White, The McCrary Sisters, Elizabeth Cook and Parker Millsap

July 22: Jim Lauderdale and William Fitzsimmons

July 29: Mark O’Connor and Brandy Clark

August 5: To Be Announced Soon

August 12: Amanda Shires and Caitlin Rose

August 19: Justin Townes Earle and The Band of Heathens

“The Ryman Americana Series is modeled after our Bluegrass Nights Series which will kick off its 25th season
this summer,” said Sally Williams, Senior Vice President of Programming
and Artist Relations. “Over the course of six weeks, Americana and
roots legends will take the stage for the inaugural Americana Series as
will the most exciting new artists. With Bluegrass Nights, we see the
same season pass holders come back to the same seats year after year. A
lot of deep friendships have been formed by bluegrass fans sitting
together in Ryman pews. We look forward to the same happening with the
Ryman Americana Series.”

The iconic venue has a long history of showcasing roots music as well as partnership
with the Americana Music Association (AMA). In September the AMA’s
Americana Honors & Awards Show will return to the Ryman once again.
In addition, the storied music hall continues to program multiple
night runs with celebrated Americana artists including Jason Isbell, John Prine and Margo Price, all of whom are proud champions of the Mother Church and its historical contribution to music.

“We’re thrilled the Ryman has created a series to show off Nashville’s
Americana community to the world. It’s the heart and soul of this town
and there is no greater venue in the world to see this talent,” said Jed
Hilly, Executive Director of the Americana Music Association.

The new series will
feature performances each Sunday evening July 15 through August 19,
beginning at 7:30 p.m. Attendees can enjoy a pre-show celebration each
week beginning at 4:30 p.m. featuring live music on the Ryman plaza and
specialty menu items from Ryman Auditorium’s Café Lula.

Similar to the venue’s beloved, two-decade-long running series
“Bluegrass Nights at the Ryman,” “Americana at the Ryman” will partner
with 650 AM WSM. Route 650, the 24/7 streaming station created by the
legendary radio station to showcase Americana, folk and bluegrass music,
will be a presenting partner. Before each show, fans can enjoy free
live music on the plaza from the latest Americana talent, presented by
the station.

Ryman Auditorium’s legacy, both in Nashville and nationwide, is
unmatched. The treasured, historic venue continues to showcase talent
across all genres of music and entertainment, and recently took home its
eighth consecutive Pollstar Theatre of the Year award.

Series passes for “Americana at the Ryman” are on sale now. Individual
show tickets are available for purchase beginning June 4 at 10 a.m.With purchase
of an “Americana at the Ryman” concert ticket, patrons have the option
to add on a daytime tour ticket for a discounted rate of $15.00. For
tickets, visit
ryman.com/americana.

About Ryman Auditorium

A National Historic Landmark, Ryman Auditorium was built as a tabernacle
by Captain Thomas G. Ryman in 1892, served as the home of the Grand Ole
Opry from 1943-74, and was completely renovated in 1994. The Ryman is
open for tours during the day and at night offers a wide variety of
entertainment performances, just has it has for over 125 years. The
venue was voted the 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017 Pollstar Theatre
of the Year and recently took home its fifth-consecutive CMA Venue of
the Year Award. Ryman Auditorium is owned by Ryman Hospitality
Properties, Inc. (NYSE: RHP), a Nashville-based REIT that also owns and
operates the Grand Ole Opry, Opry City Stage, Ole Red and 650 AM WSM.
For more information, visit 
ryman.com.

Photo Credit: Opry Entertainment

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