NASHVILLE — Rising country trio Temecula Road performed their new song “Take Back” over the weekend during their debut performance at the Grand Ole Opry House.

While Temecula natives Maddie and Emma Salute, and Dawson Anderson made their Opry debut in November at the historic Ryman, Saturday night marked their first step inside the iconic Circle center stage at the Opry House.

Temecula Road before performing at the Grand Ole Opry. Courtesy photo/Catherine Powell

In addition to “Take Back,” they broke down for an acoustic stripped-down version of the Eagles classic “Desperado.”  “Take Back,” written by Dawson, along with Ava Suppelsa, and Steven Martinez and produced by Andrew DeRoberts, is the band’s first new music of 2020. The track is expected to release on all digital platforms early this year.

To add to the excitement, Emma, Maddie, and Dawson will be hitting the stage on Feb. 7 as part of Nashville’s Music City Masquerade. Hosted by Eric Decker and Jessie James Decker, the event benefits Caring Hearts Ministry. They’ll set sail with Train from Feb. 14-18 as performers on the band’s sold-out Sail Across the Sun Cruise.

March will find them overseas for the fourth time for a newly announced set of international dates including London (3/14 – BBC Radio 2 Stage, Indigo/C2C Session and 3/15 – Town Square/Big Entrance) before they make their return to Southern California at Stagecoach in April.

Submitted by Monarch Publicity