Beloved 87-Year-Old Legend to Make Grand Ole Opry Debut
You're never too old to make your Grand Ole Opry debut. To make that point, 87-year-old, William Shatner, star of stage and screen, will make his debut at the Opry on February 15th. According to Rolling Stone, Kirk...I mean, Shatner, released a country album Why Not Me, this past August. Jeff Cook from Alabama wrote the music and performed on the album. Jeff will join Shatner on stage that night at the Opry. Here's the Opry's site so you can buy your tickets.
For an 87-year-old, Bill's been busy. In 2018, he also released a Christmas music album with his friends Brad Paisley and Muskegon, Michigan's own Iggy Pop.
The Opry website calendar listing says, "William Shatner with Jeff Cook with more to be added". C'mon, you know Brad Paisley will make an appearance - and who knows WHO ELSE?
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