Rainey Qualley returned to the Grand Ole Opry® for a second appearance last Tuesday, September 29 in Nashville.
The Cingle Records’ recording artist make her Opry debut over the summer and immediately invited back to perform for country music fans from around the world. Rainey’s debut single, “Me And Johnny Cash,” was met with a rousing response, and she performed two other songs from her Turn Down The Lights EP.
Prior to the show, Grand Ole Opry® member Larry Gatlin interviewed Rainey on his live 650AM WSM radio program “The Gospel According To Gatlin.” She and her guitarist and co-producer John Ramey performed her single, and she and Gatlin chatted about Rainey’s background, music and their mutual admiration for Johnny Cash.
On Saturday night (October 3), Rainey and her band performed two full sets on the plaza of the Grand Ole Opry® House to help kick off the celebration of the Opry’s 90th anniversary.
Check out photos from Rainey Qualley’s appearance at the Grand Ole Opry® below.
Photos: Courtesy of The Grand Ole Opry