After sustaining an enormous amount of damage during the floods that hit the city of Nashville back in May, the Grand Old Opry will reopen tonight. Brad Paisley was there to return the historic circle back to the Opry’s center stage and, while he lost a lot of personal items in the flood, he said it was the damage to the Grand Ole Opry that was the most painful. “My moments and my milestones happened here. So when this was destroyed, of all places, that was the most heartbreaking thing about the flood was this. No personal loss of property came anywhere near this.” Many will take the stage to night to celebrate the reopening of the Grand Ole Opry including Trace Adkins, Jason Aldean, Dierks Bentley, Blake Shelton, Brad Paisley and Keith Urban. Little Jimmy Dickens, long time host of the show, will also be on hand. “The happiest hours that I spend in my last days are right here on this stage of the Grand Ole Opry. When I die, I want to die right out there in front of those microphone, with a full house, trying to make them laugh,” he said recently.