T. Graham Brown is headed to the Grand Ole Opry.

According to a post to social media, Vince Gill invited the veteran country hitmaker to join the country music institution during an appearance on Graham's show on SiriusXM on Tuesday (Feb. 20).

"BREAKING: @VGcom has invited @TGrahamBrown to become the newest member of the Grand Ole Opry!" a post from the Opry's official account reads.

During a recording of Brown’s Live Wire show on SiriusXM, Gill ended the show with the invitation.

T. Graham Brown scored a string of hits singles at country radio in the 1980s, beginning with "I Tell It Like It Used to Be" in 1985. He subsequently scored three No. 1 hits with "Hell and High Water," "Don't Go to Strangers" and "Darlene" before his winning streak ended in 1990 with his final Top 10 hit, "If You Could Only See Me Now."

Graham and Gill previously collaborated on a song titled "He'll Take Care of You" in 2014, which appeared on Graham's album, Forever Changed.

The Grand Ole Opry has yet to reveal a date for Graham's official induction.

See the Most Played Country Song from the Year You Were Born

Who had the most played country song during the year you were born? This list is a fascinating time capsule of prevalent trends from every decade in American history. Scroll through to find your birth year and then click to listen. Some of these songs have been lost through the years, many of them for good reason!

Men named Hank dominated early before stars like Freddie Hart, Ronnie Milsap, Willie Nelson Clint Black took over to close the 1980s. More recently it's been Tim Mcgraw, Rodney Atkins, Kane Brown and Morgan Wallen. Did the most-played country song from the year you were born become a favorite of yours later? All info comes from Billboard's country airplay charts.

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