If you've ever been to Nashville and you're a country music fan, chances are you've taken in a performance at the Grand Ole Opry. There is nothing quite like it.

It's only been going on since 1925! No other live show can you catch the latest of a genre's singers to the best of generations past.

That was the case for me this past Friday as I got to take in a performance at the Opry House. Of the 12 acts entertaining the crowd were Lee Brice, Mark Wills, newcomers The Farm all the way to Whisperin' Bill Anderson, newly elected member of the Country Music Hall of Fame Connie Smith and probably the biggest star of the night, 91-year-old Little Jimmy Dickens.

I've been to the Opry a few times and every time the Hall of Famer and Opry Member has been on the bill. And every time he tells a slew of self-depricating jokes. And each and every time I'm rolling in my seat.

I got you a little piece of what I saw. I hope you enjoy as much as I did.