Michael Ray’s new album, Amos, won't be released until Friday (June 1st) but he's going to treat fans to the new music live from the famed circle on the Opry House stage today (Wednesday, May 30th) at 3 p.m. CT. The performance will be simulcast on all Opry digital properties, as well as streamed across Warner Music Nashville's social media accounts and Michael Ray's social media accounts.

Michael said, “The Grand Ole Opry introduced me to so much music over the years, so leading into this album’s release it was important to me that we start it off right.”

This afternoon will be a full-Opry-circle moment for Michael. The album is named for his late grandfather. The singer used to play in his grandfather’s band in the cow-towns of central Florida. His grandfather passed away two months before Michael’s first appearance on the Opry stage.

Michael will also perform on the Opry’s stage on Saturday (June 2nd) then make his debut at Opry City Stage in New York City’s Times Square on Monday (June 4th).

Michael will also perform on both ABC’s Good Morning America and make his daytime debut on The Ellen DeGeneres Show on Monday.

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