The Gospel According To Gatlin

Saturday, 6 – 7pm

Join Grand Ole Opry member Larry Gatlin during his live radio show each and every Saturday night!  “The Gospel According to Gatlin” is an hour of the best music from the past to the present, special guests, and more…just before the Grand Ole Opry!

Larry Gatlin

Larry Gatlin was singing in Las Vegas in 1971 when Opry great Dottie West discovered the young entertainer, encouraged his career development, and even paid for his plane ticket to Nashville. Dottie would be proud today to look over the resume of the fellow she nurtured more than four decades ago. That resume includes songwriter (Johnny Cash, Elvis Presley, and Kris Kristofferson, among others, have recorded his songs) hit singer (“Broken Lady,” “I Just Wish You Were Someone I Love,” “Houston,” “All The Gold In California”, to name just a few), actor, author, and quintessential host.

While Larry can often be seen performing with his brothers Steve and Rudy with whom he shares Opry membership as The Gatlin Brothers, the multi-faceted entertainer also shines when the spotlight is on him individually. In 2009, Larry began hosting the Opry’s Thursday show featuring the classic country songs fans know by heart, Opry Country Classics.

In recent years he also has taken on something of a second career as a political and social commentator, appearing regularly on Fox Business Network’s America’s Nightly Scoreboard and writing a column for’s Fox Forum.He appeared on CNN’s Larry King Live from the stage of the Ryman Auditorium a few days after the Nashville flood, even as he simultaneously hosted an Opry Country Classics performance.

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