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Dec 20, 2002
The Statler Brothers' Jimmy Fortune sings solo on the Grand Ole Opry for the first time at Nashville's Ryman Auditorium
Jan 4, 2003
Hank Williams Jr., Vince Gill, Little Jimmy Dickens and The Whites sing "I Saw The Light" at the Grand Ole Opry, marking the 50th anniversary of Hank Williams' death. Hank Williams III sings "Howlin' At The Moon," but does not join his father on stage
Jan 10, 2003
Darryl Worley performs "Have You Forgotten?" publicly for the first time on the Grand Ole Opry at Nashville's Ryman Auditorium
Jan 18, 2003
Clint Black debuts a new song, "Spend My Time," during his performance on the Grand Ole Opry
Jan 24, 2003
Joe Nichols sets a Grand Ole Opry precedent while performing "Brokenheartsville" at the Ryman Auditorium. A green bra is tossed from the seats as he sings, supposedly the first time an undergarment has ever been thrown on stage in show history
Feb 7, 2003
Jennifer Hanson makes her Grand Ole Opry debut at Nashville's Ryman Auditorium, performing "Beautiful Goodbye"
Feb 8, 2003
John Anderson performs his hit "I'm Just An Old Chunk Of Coal (But I'm Gonna Be A Diamond Someday)" on the Grand Ole Opry with Billy Joe Shaver, who wrote it
Feb 9, 2003
Joe Diffie's annual First Steps concert at the Ryman Auditorium features his Rockin' Roadhouse tourmates Tracy Lawrence and Mark Chesnutt
Mar 7, 2003
As rock band Coldplay appears at Nashville's Ryman Auditorium, vocalist Chris Martin dubs it "the coolest place we've ever played": "So many of our heroes have played here, from Johnny Cash all the way through to Johnny Cash, including Johnny Cash"
Mar 11, 2003
Dolly Parton receives a lifetime achievement honor from governor Phil Bredesen during Tennessee's 2003 Governor's Awards In The Arts at Nashville's Ryman Auditorium
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