Already a bit of a legend in Nashville (he was inducted last year as the youngest living member of the Grand Ole Opry), this year’s WKML Stars & Guitars headliner Chris Janson solidified that status Wednesday night.

In front of a wild sold-out crowd at The Ryman Auditorium, Janson put on an epic show, according to Country Now.

“As an Opry member, a young Opry member, to be headlining the Ryman… it’s one thing to play it, but it’s another thing to have a sold-out one,” Janson said, according to Country Now.

He also brought some friends along, with Michael Ray opening the show, and Jamey Johnson (of “In Color” fame) and Chip Esten (of the TV show Nashville fame) joining him on stage.

Janson will headline the sold-out WKML Stars & Guitars show at the Crown Coliseum on November 18. To find out how you can win your way in to the show, click here!


Brandon Plotnick is a former sports journalist, now living in the digital space with interests all over the musical and pop culture map.