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Treaty Oak Revival to Make Grand Ole Opry Debut in February

January 3, 2024 12:23 pm GMT

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Treaty Oak Revival will make their Grand Ole Opry debut on February 6th 2024, with the Southern Rock outfit continuing to establish themselves as ones to watch this year.

The West Texas troubadours amassed a loyal following through their lauded 2021 project, No Vacancy, with Treaty Oak Revival using this record's critical acclaim as the perfect springboard to achieve commercial success with their 2023 album, Have A Nice Day.

<p>Treaty Oak Revival Opry Debut Graphic</p>

Taking to their socials, the up-and-coming band shared their excitement at the prospect of emulating their idols by stepping into the hallowed Grand Ole Opry circle on February 6th.

Treaty Oak Revival outlined, “We’ve been keeping it under wraps for a while, but we are beyond excited and honored to announce that we will be making our [Opry] debut on February 6th!!!”

The five-piece went on to emphasise how they've been aspiring towards this moment since the inception of the group, “This has been a longtime dream come true for us, and we would love it if y’all came out to support, as we take our first step in the circle where so many legends have stood before us!! See you there”.

Treaty Oak Revival will be joined on the Grand Ole Opry bill on February 6th by Henry Cho and Rhonda Vincent, with the remaining line-up set to be confirmed in the coming weeks.

For the full 2024 Grand Ole Opry calendar, see below:

Written by Maxim Mower
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