Porter Wagoner—host of the Grand Ole Opry, discoverer of Dolly Parton, owner of the loudest rhinestone suits in Nashville—has died at age 80. I saw him play at the Opry a few years ago, and he was a consummate showman, a crowd-pleasing entertainer whose goofy jokes didn't obscure his talents as a musician. Rest in peace.
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