The Little Nashville Opry House in Nashville, Ind., is a total loss, after fire swept through the building just after a performance there Saturday night. Luckily, everyone was able to evacuate, and no injuries were reported. Investigators are now trying to figure out what sparked the blaze.

The Little Nashville Opry, which is not affiliated with Nashville, Tennessee's Grand Ole Opry, held its first performance in 1975. It has hosted some of the biggest names in country, Christian and gospel music, including Kenny Rogers, Tom Jones, George Strait, Charley Pride and Rascal Flatts. George Jones and Loretta Lynn were both scheduled to play there this fall.