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For the first time in its 50-year history, the Country Music Hall of Fame® and Museum is releasing its complete slate of exhibitions planned for the calendar year. Beginning Monday, Jan. 9, the museum is announcing a new 2017 exhibit each day.
Each night at 9 PM CST, the Museum is sharing the blurred image of the following day’s 2017 exhibit reveal and ask you to like, guess, and share. Each day, a winner will be selected from fans that did. You could win:
- A lifetime membership to the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum
- A flyaway for two people to attend the VIP opening of that day's announced exhibit
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Jason Aldean performs with Keith Urban at the annual All for the Hall concert, 2013.
Jason Aldean talks about the artists that influenced him.
Jason Aldean sings his hit “Big Green Tractor” with Keith Urban and Vince Gill at the annual All for the Hall concert from 2009.
This young boy from Macon, Georgia, would grow up to be country hit maker Jason Aldean.
Shania Twain was listed as one of the Ten Most Fascinating Women in Country Music in this July 1996, issue of Country America.
“Any Man of Mine” rose to the top of the Billboard country singles chart for Shania Twain in 1995.
Shania Twain sings her #1 hit “You’re Still the One” from 1998 with pop superstar Elton John.
Shania Twain graces the cover of Rolling Stone from 2003.
This Christmas card from 1987, sent to DJs by Loretta Lynn, shows her with a snowman in Lake Tahoe. Lynn sent Christmas cards each year to thank country DJs for playing her records.
Loretta Lynn Official performs her signature song “Coal Miner’s Daughter” at The Garden in 1975.
From 1963 to 1971, Loretta Lynn Official appeared weekly on the Wilburn Brothers Show. Here she sings her 1965 hit “Blue Kentucky Girl.”
Loretta Lynn Official is well known for her cooking skills. In 2004 she released the cookbook You're Cookin' It Country: My Favorite Recipes and Memories.
Star Experience with Tim McGraw was filmed in 2000 during his Soul 2 Soul tour with Faith Hill and was shown in the museum’s Star Experience Theater.
During their 1996 Spontaneous Combustion Tour, Tim and Faith went on a date in this borrowed 1978 red Jeep CJ. Years later, Faith presented Tim with this jeep as a birthday present
Faith Hill sings “Let Me Let Go” with Keith Urban and Vince Gill from the All for the Hall concert, 2009.
Tim and Faith on stage during their 2006 Soul2Soul tour.