Billed in 1967 as “the biggest country music jamboree ever filmed,” Road to Nashville follows talent scout Doodles Weaver as he looks for performers to be featured in a Hollywood film about country music. During his search, a host of actual country music stars sing their hits. Performers include Bill Anderson, the Carter Family, Johnny Cash, Ralph Emery, Norma Jean, Waylon Jennings, the Osborne Brothers, Webb Pierce, Marty Robbins, Connie Smith, Hank Snow, the Stoneman Family, Porter Wagoner, Kitty Wells, Dottie West, and Faron Young.
The film, presented in support of the fiftieth anniversary of the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum, is screened in the Museum's Ford Theater and has a run time of 90 minutes.
Admission is included with Museum ticket or Museum membership. Seating is limited.