NASHVILLE, Tenn. – One of music’s most enduring and beloved recording artists will be returning to a familiar stage this weekend, as Wanda Jackson makes a rare appearance on the Grand Ole Opry this Saturday, June 17.
"I've listened to the Grand Ole Opry since I was a small girl. It's really nice going back to be on the Opry stage. I look forward to performing Saturday night," said Jackson.
Jackson's debut performance on the Opry stage took place in the 1950s at the historic Ryman Auditorium in downtown Nashville. This will be her first appearance on the show since 2011, when she appeared with Rock and Roll artist Jack White of The White Stripes.
A native of Maud, Oklahoma, Jackson has enjoyed success in a wide variety of formats, perhaps being best-known for being billed...