Grand Ole Opry Live: How, where and when to watch Blake Shelton and Gwen Stefani step into the Opry circle

Gwen Stefani and Blake Shelton are teaming up to perform, a duet of Shelton's single 'Nobody But You'. Stefani will be making her Opry debut virtually


                            Grand Ole Opry Live: How, where and when to watch Blake Shelton and Gwen Stefani step into the Opry circle
Gwen Stefani and Blake Shelton (Getty Images)

Blake Shelton and Gwen Stefani will be teaming up for a grand performance at the Grand Ole Opry, in Nashville, Tennessee, tonight, (May 9). The performance is all the more special since the Grammy Award-winning singer will get to make her virtual Opry debut.

Before their performance, fellow country stars Trace Adkins and Dustin Lynch will perform at the audience-free iconic venue during the coronavirus pandemic while Bobby Jones is set to host the event while social distancing. 

Shelton first debuted at the Opry in May 2001, when he performed his debut single 'Austin'. He was inducted into the institution as a full member in 2010 and now welcomes his longtime love for her debut in a video teaser released on social media by the Opry in advance of their performance.

The couple has been quarantining together with Stefani's family at Shelton's ranch in Oklahoma, where they will perform their duet of Shelton's single,  'Nobody But You', during this Mother's Day weekend for the Opry program. The song was released in January with an official music video and an acoustic version released by Shelton and Stefani. 

Stefani is best known for her years as frontwoman for No Doubt as well as her solo career as a pop superstar, but the duo scored a No. 1 country hit with 'Nobody But You', according to Taste of Country.

Viewers can donate to MusiCares' Covid-19 Relief Fund by texting "UNBROKEN" to 4144 during the Opry show, and proceeds will go toward artists affected by the crisis, according to Good Housekeeping

Where, how and when to watch

There are various options available to watch the concert.

Viewers can tune into the Opry live stream, hosted by Bobby Jones, at 8 pm ET.

You can also go to Blake's Facebook page, with a live stream beginning at 7:30 pm ET on Saturday, May 9. There will also be live streams on the Facebook and YouTube pages of Circle All Access, the same time at 7:30 pm ET, which includes a special Mother's Day edition of Circle Sessions and featuring singer-songwriter Sara Evans.

For those watching on TV, you can watch the program on Circle and Gray TV stations, DISH Studio Channel 102, Sling TV, and other affiliates. You can check your local listings by visiting circleplus.com for more info. 

You can listen in via the Opry’s flagship radio home, 650 AM-WSM, visit the radio's website or use the mobile app.

Willie Nelson's Sirius XM channel, Willie's Roadhouse, is also broadcasting the Opry shows on Saturday nights at 9 pm ET.



 

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