For the Good Times: The Ray Price Story
August 01, 2006 - June 01, 2007
The Country Music Hall of Fame® and Museum paid tribute to American music architect Ray Price with the exhibit, For the Good Times: The Ray Price Story opening in the Museum's East Gallery in August 2006 and running through June 2007.
His hits helped draw pop stars to the song catalogs represented by Nashville publishers, and his recording career is synonymous with the rise of Nashville as a recording center. Many of those he helped along the way, including his longtime producer Don Law, are now themselves members of the Country Music Hall of Fame. Like his voice and his ear for powerful songs, his skill as a bandleader and his will to make music the Ray Noble Price way is undiminished.
This cameo exhibit features rare artifacts including video footage, costumes, sheet music, concert posters, and personal mementos from Price.