Twenty-six years after her three-night stint onstage at Nashville's dark and dilapidated Ryman Auditorium helped spearhead efforts to refurbish the century-old former home of the Grand Ole Opry, Emmylou Harris and her acoustic band, the Nash Ramblers, returned to the Ryman for a sold-out show on May 2, 2017. Harris, now 70, and the Ryman, celebrating 125 years of live entertainment, proved they both remain vibrant and vital elements in Nashville's rich musical history. Backed by mandolin and fiddle... [see more] player Sam Bush, with Jon Randall on guitar, Al Perkins on Dobro and Larry Atamanuik on drums - just as she had been for the Grammy-winning At the Ryman album (released in January 1992, nine days before she became an official member of the Opry) Harris and her bandmates re-create that mesmerizing 1992 concert. However, they did so missing one original member: bassist Roy Huskey, Jr., who died in 1997. A photo of Huskey was placed on stage in tribute to the late musician, with veteran player Byron House taking his spot for the performance. Songs are those performed back in 1992, including "Guitar Town," Half as Much," "Mansion on the Hill," "Hard Times," "Lodi" and more.