Corey Smith at Nashville’s Grand Ole Opry

Review by: Ol’ Cracker


Corey Smith at The Grand Ole Opry in Nashville Tennessee

It’s Saturday May 18 2013 & my man Corey Smith & his guitarist, string bender, Mike Hines are playing the Grand Ole Opry!
The elders of Country have decided now is the time to allow Corey into the inner circle, the mountain peak, the Hallowed ground of Country!
Corey starts with “I’m in Love With a Memory” the Opry ignites!  Welcome Opry & the World to one of the greatest, Real singer songwriters on the road today!
Holding back tears & truly taking in the greatness of the Opry, Corey thanks us! He thanks his fans for the support that has brought him here! Corey has been selling out venues for years. Tonight the world is being introduced to the songs & sounds of the 1 & only Corey Smith. He starts to pick “21″ the Opry explodes, this is what we are here for!
The Opry proudly proclaims, “They love you Corey”
As he walks off that Grand Ole stage they say,”Corey has left the building!”
Thanks Corey & The Grand Ole Opry!

(Originally posted ay 2013 on


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