Selah Makes Grand Ole Opry Debut

Celebrating another major milestone in a career spanning nearly two decades, Dove Award-winning Curb recording artist Selah made their debut on the Grand Ole Opry on Friday. Introduced by Grand Ole Opry member Ricky Skaggs, the renowned trio performed “Precious Lord, Take My Hand” and “Amazing Grace” to a capacity audience at the Grand Ole Opry House.



The evening’s star-studded lineup also included 2016 CMA Award nominee Cassadee Pope; breakthrough artists Chris Lane and Lindsay Ell; duo Striking Matches; and Grand Ole Opry members The Whites, Connie Smith, Mike Snider and John Conlee, among others.

Comprised of Todd Smith, Allan Hall and Amy Perry, Selah is one of Christian music’s most beloved groups. For nearly 20 years, the trio’s music has brought hope and healing while helping introduce classic songs of faith to a new generation. With a career boasting total sales surpassing 4 million album and single units combined, Selah has garnered eight Gospel Music Association Dove Awards—including five Inspirational Album of the Year trophies—and eight #1 singles. Greatest Hymns, Vol. 2, the group’s latest release, landed at #1 on Nielsen SoundScan’s Inspirational chart, following its debut last month. 


[Image: (l-r) Selah's Allan Hall; Grand Ole Opry Vice President and General Manager Pete Fisher; Selah's Amy Perry and Todd Smith (CREDIT: Chris Hollo for Grand Ole Opry)]

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