Gilmore Entertainment Group Welcomes
New Talent–Vocalist, Nathan Herron
Calvin Gilmore and Gilmore Entertainment
Group have recently added a new face to the talent-packed
cast of The Carolina Opry and Good Vibrations.
Beginning in October, vocalist Nathan Herron will
join the cast onstage at Gilmore Auditorium.
Nathan Herron is most widely known for
his performances on FOX’s “American
Idol–Season 4” as well as CMT’s
“Can You Duet–Season 1.” Herron
has studied voice and dance since the age of ten
and was cast in over thirty musicals between that
time and his freshman year of high school. Herron
and his wife Chelsea come to Myrtle Beach from
Nashville, where he has been in ministry performance
and mission work, and will continue that work
in his off time. Nathan has won the hearts of
fans across America and he is sure to become a
treasured part of the Gilmore Entertainment family.
“Every time I think there is not
another great talent out there, someone like Nathan
comes along. People who are familiar with the
level of talent in our shows will not be disappointed;
Nathan is a tremendous addition.” says founder
of The Carolina Opry, Calvin Gilmore. Herron expressed
his excitement about the opportunity, "Being
a part of The Carolina Opry family is a dream
come true. I’ve never worked with such an
incredibly talented and kind group of people.
I look forward to spending many years with this
Nathan Herron will begin full-time on October 4. More information will be available in the newest edition of Spotlight Magazine, which will be available on November 1, and at TheCarolinaOpry.com.
More About The Carolina Opry
Gilmore Entertainment has long been the leader of musical variety show entertainment in the Southeast, with the classic Carolina Opry show and their new hit, Good Vibrations. Gilmore and his Carolina Opry have been featured by USA Today, ABC Nightly News, Southern Living Magazine, Variety, and a host of other newspapers and television shows. It is the only Myrtle Beach show to receive the coveted South Carolina Governor's Cup, as well as being voted South Carolina's Most Outstanding Attraction. In recent years, Gilmore has performed regularly on the Grand Ole Opry in Nashville, and he is designated as South Carolina's Official Country Music Ambassador.