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On Signal Mountain, The New Mountain Opry Takes A Bow

A performance of The New Mountain Opry in December 2021.
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A performance of The New Mountain Opry in December 2021.

For decades, the Mountain Opry played every Friday night on Signal Mountain.

The pandemic ended the weekly show - but recently, the Mountain Opry returned on a monthly basis.

Catch this month’s show this Saturday night at 6 PM at the Walden’s Ridge Civic League Community Center.

Mike Harvey and Peter Schiller are part of the team that run the Opry.

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