Front-woman of GRAMMY-winning gospel group Maverick City Music Naomi Raine will make her Grand Ole Opry debut, on Saturday, October 29. Raine will make appearances at both of the Grand Ole Opry's shows on Saturday night at 7:30 PM and 10 PM, performing two original songs during each set.
Fans can tune-in to the performance from home via Circle TV, online or via WSM Radio. See all the ways to watch/listen, here:
Raine has also recently launched "Journey: The Docuseries," a seven-part behind-the-scenes look at the GRAMMY, Billboard Music, Dove and Stellar Award-winning artist's life and her process of self-discovery while creating her incredible solo album 'Journey' (7.8 via TRIBL Records). Parts two and three are both available now on her YouTube channel. The episodes will continue to roll out weekly over the next month, as well as acoustic performance videos for each song on her recently-released 'Journey: Acoustic Sessions' (10.5).
Part two of the engaging new docuseries focuses on her powerful track "World On Fire" featuring Ryan Avery, a song that offers hope in a world filled with painful experiences and disheartening headlines. Naomi highlights her mindset while creating the song and gives an inside look at how the song morphed between inception and release. She discusses how to deal with long-term pain, accepting "what is," the fear of embarrassment that comes with the truth and more.
Part three highlights the creative process behind "Paper Plates," which sees Naomi living in the moment and putting her value in the experiences in her life rather than spending time worrying about material possessions. In the episode, Naomi talks about being real with God, choosing love over fear, telling her personal truth openly and more, while showing snippets of the recording process with producer Adale Jackson.