The Grand Ole Opry — "The Show that Made Country Music Famous" — is also the world's most famous country music stage. The legendary circle has seen everyone who's anyone through years, from Little Jimmy Dickens and Loretta Lynn to Blake Shelton and Keith Urban.

Now in its 90th year, the Grand Ole Opry is as iconic as ever. The show began as a small radio broadcast back in 1925 — no one had any idea that it would grow to be one of the most important outlets for true country music. These days, the legendary circle sees artists every week that are either country legends or up-and-coming acts, and big nights happen frequently.

The night Little Big Town got invited to join the family, their looks said it all — see their faces in the gallery of Opry moments! Also included: a celebration of the life of George Jones, and when Little Jimmy Dickens did something special to invite Trace Adkins to be a member.

Relive some of the Opry's best on and offstage moments in our gallery above.

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