Country music fans all across Tennessee visit the Country Music Hall of Fame to be immersed in the music genre they’ve always loved. Now it’s time for you to pay this museum a visit and embrace the history of country music. With the latest exhibits shedding light on how country music legends changed the course of this music genre forever, you’ll learn more than you could’ve ever imagined about your favorite country stars.
Current Exhibits at the Country Music Hall of Fame
One of the top attractions at the museum is the “Outlaws & Armadillos: Country’s Roaring ‘70s.” While highlighted country favorites like Willie Nelson, Waylon Jennings, David Allan Coe, and Townes Van Zandt, among others, you’ll discover how these artists started a musical revolution. Here, you’ll learn how these “outlaws” broke the status quo and led to the country music we all enjoy today.
Another must-see exhibit is “American Currents: The Music of 2017.” Represented by artifacts from top country musicians like Jason Aldean, Kane Brown, Luke Bryan and others, you’ll get a behind-the-scenes look at some of the biggest moments in country music. Along with other artifacts, you’ll get to see Jason Aldean’s Entertainer of the Year trophy from the ACM Awards in 2017, and the denim jacket, t-shirt, and jeans Luke Bryan worn while performing “Light It Up” at the 2017 CMA Awards.
Loretta Lynn fans must see the “Loretta Lynn: Blue Kentucky Girl” on display at the Country Music Hall of Fame. As a singer and songwriter who wrote about her own life experiences, she made the country music world immediately fall in love. This exhibit gives you the opportunity to learn more about her life and musical inspirations.
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Get Your Tickets Today
While you can purchase general admission tickets at the museum box office, you can also purchase an “experience” online. The Hatch Experience gives you museum admission, along with a tour where you’ll learn about letterpress printing, and even get to take home your Hatch Show Print Creation. There’s also the Museum Experience that, along with admission, includes an audio guide of the museum narrated by 650 AM WSM’s Bill Cody. And finally, there’s the Studio B experience that includes a tour of the Historic RCA Studio B, which was Elvis’ favorite studio.
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