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article imageLucy Hale makes Grand Ole Opry debut

By Markos Papadatos     Jul 21, 2014 in Music
Lucy Hale, best known for her acting work on ABC's "Pretty Little Liars," has made her debut on the historic Grand Ole Opry stage.
The rising country songstress, sang her brand new single, the upbeat "Lie A Little Better," which is a track from her most recent album, Road Between, which was released on DMG Nashville. Her new single was co-written by Melissa Peirce, Mike Daly and Chris DeStefano.
A Memphis born-and-raised singer, Hale shared a video with her fans of her "Night at the Opry" experience, which may be seen below:
Earlier this month, as previously reported, Hale delivered a superb studio performance at the Nash 94.7 FM studio in the heart of New York City.
She was also named one of Digital Journal's "Top 10 Female Country Singers to Watch in 2014" list, and judging from her Opry debut, she is off to an incredible start.
Hale will be taking the stage again on Wednesday, July 23. This time she will be performing "Lie A Little Better" on the hit Fox television show, So You Think You Can Dance.
My interview with Lucy Hale that I did this past May, may be seen by clicking here.
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