When country artist Zach Bryan rolls into town, you can be guaranteed it's going to be a great night.

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And last night Grand Rapids got the luck of being the start of the next leg of his Burn, Burn, Burn tour when he played to a sold out show at Van Andel arena.

The energy in the room was absolutely incredible, if you haven't had a chance to see one of country's biggest rising stars for yourself, he's an absolute must. And he made a point to show his love to Grand Rapids during his massive hit "Something in The Orange".

He also was celebrating his dog Jack Daniel's second birthday, and audience members made sure to wish JD a happy birthday as well.




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The setlist was full of bangers, and the crowd sang along loudly with every single song:

A big shout out to Zach for taking the time to make Grand Rapids a stop on his tour.

He may be too big for Van Andel by the time he goes back out on the road again next year, but we were lucky he made us a part of this historic night.

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Fifteen living CMA or ACM Entertainers of the Year are not members of the Grand Ole Opry and a few of them barely recognize the vaunted stage. George Strait, Kenny Chesney and Willie Nelson are three legends who rarely play the Grand Ole Opry. Why?

That answer is often difficult to determine but this list suggests reasons where appropriate. Membership into the Grand Ole Opry comes with an obligation to play the show frequently, but that's often set aside (Barbara Mandrell is an inactive member, for example). Only living artists are considered and once a member dies, he or she is no longer a member.

As of 2023, there are over 70 members of the Grand Ole Opry. Historically, nearly 250 men, women and groups were members. So it's a select group that excludes several Country Music Hall of Famers.

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