Special guests Ally Coscetti of Refugio; Jerry Bennett of Branson Mo.; and Jay Harvey of Goliad will provide an evening of live country music with the award-winning Opry Band.
Doors open at 5:30 p.m. and the show will begin at 7 p.m. Admission is $5.
Bennett began his Gospel music career as a teenager with a group of performers in the Northeast. His ministry has led him across the United States which includes becoming the director for Gospel Music Television.
In the late 2000 he decided to take on his solo ministry across the country and has been touring ever since.
Jay Harvey is a performer that connects with the audience.
“You don’t want to miss. Jay’s great voice and warm personality,” said Jay Monrad, who along with his wife Opal, lines up each month’s performers.
Ally Coscetti is a 10-year-old sixth grade honor student. She has been performing at Oprys and Jamborees from Wichita Falls to Corpus Chirsiti. She also has appeared at several local functions over the past few years.
Recently she performed for the Refugio Retired Teacher’s Organization, Refugio Relay for Life, and the Community Christmas Cantada as well as the Scotty Licona Memorial Scholarship fund-raiser in Live Oak County..
Her music is often played on the AM Radio station, KAML, out of Karnes City during the local talent segment from 7-7:30 a.m. weekday mornings.
The Opry will host its anniversary show on Feb. 5.