The historic McSwain Theatre will present “Grand Ole Opry” night with Jae L. Stilwell and Crossover, along with special guests, starting at 7 p.m., Saturday.
Musicians from Texas, Oklahoma and Nashville will accompany the McSwain house band and present a wide variety of hits.
“Grand Ole Opry” night will showcase a mix of classic and contemporary country, bluegrass, and iconic melodies, all dedicated to honoring country music and its rich history.
Jae L. Stilwell and Crossover encourage a lot of audience participation and interaction, taking requests and suggestions.
Stilwell, an Ada native, will be joined Saturday by talented Crossover band members Jody Teeter, Debbie Allen, Steve Story, Wayne Morton, Greg Griffin, Gary Bryan, Mike Price and Tara Scott.
The members of Crossover have decades of combined experience performing with artists who run the gamut of the musical spectrum. The line-up for Saturday’s show includes; Shayla Coplen, Stigler, Brennin Hunt, Nashville, Tenn.,  Makenzie Rains, Lexi Rains, Shawnda Rains, and Charlie Shearer, all of Denison, Texas, Tom Schultz and Jimmy Tignor, Ada,   Laura Mae Tatum, Edmond,  and John Williams, Maysville.
The McSwain Theatre, 130 W. Main in Ada, is owned and operated by the Chickasaw Nation.