Time Life Releases 16 DVD Set Featuring Country Classics Performed Live At The Grand Ole Opry


Time Life has released a 16-disc DVD collector’s set which features 240 live Grand Ole Opry performances from many of Country Music’s greatest legends; celebrating some of the biggest hits of all time.

The set is titled Opry Video Classics and delivers the most extensive live collection created for DVD.  Each DVD showcases numerous Country Music Hall of Fame members  performing live at the original location of The Grand Ole Opry- The Ryman Auditorium during the 50’s 60’s and 70’s.

The 16 DVD list includes the following titles; “Duets”, “The Hall of Fame”, “Legends”, “Love Songs”, “Pioneers”, “Queens of Country”, “Songs That Topped the Charts”, “Kings of Country”, “Jukebox Memories”, “Honky Tonk Heroes”, “Hall of Fame 2”, “Legends 2”, “Love Songs 2”, “Pioneers 2”, “Queens of Country 2” and “Songs That Topped the Charts 2”.  

The list of chart-topping superstars includes; Johnny Cash, June Carter, Willie Nelson, Porter Wagoner, Kitty Wells, Patsy Cline, George Jones, Tammy Wynette, Conway Twitty, Charley Pride, The Statler Brothers, Chet Atkins, Dolly Parton, Loretta Lynn and Roy Acuff among many others.

This set makes a great gift for any generation country fan; those who were around during the golden age of country will appreciate the timeless hits they grew up listening to while the newer generations will have the opportunity to see and hear some amazing talent perform during their prime; many of whom no longer perform or are no longer with us.  It is also a great chance to honor and appreciate the historic Mother Church which is rich with Country Music history.

Step back in time to witness incredible performances at the legendary Ryman Auditorium from Dolly Parton, Johnny Cash, Loretta Lynn and more…

Fans can order their copy today on timelife.com and stay tuned for a chance to WIN a copy of the 16-disc DVD collector’s set from Country Music Pride soon! 

Written by Josie Bisto


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