Big Loud Records’ fast-rising recording artist Chris Lane took “Fix” to a new level with his Grand Ole Opry debut Saturday night (2/20). The newcomer was welcomed into the famous circle by country music icon Bill Anderson before launching into performing his Top 25-and-climbing single “Fix,” which accumulated the most first week single adds from a debut male artist in Country Aircheck history and has notched 4,652,352 plus streams on Spotify. He closed his set with fan-favorite “For Her” and had the sold out crowd waving their hands in the air.

Lane’s debut also featured Big Loud Shirt hit songwriter Sarah Buxton, who co-wrote “Fix” with Jesse Frasure and Abe Stoklasa, as a special guest on background vocals.

Immediately following the big night, Lane traveled to Minneapolis, MN, for the last stop (2/21) on Dustin Lynch’s heavily pre-sold out HELL OF A NIGHT Tour. Continuing to play shows nationwide this spring, Lane is gearing up for another tour to be announced soon.

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FIX EP is available here.