2013 Hot Nights at the Hall
2013 Summer Concert Series
June 4, July 19 & August 9
Hot Nights at the Hall is a series of special evening events offered for Museum members, featuring:
- Exciting live musical performances in the Museum's Curb Conservatory
- Live From the Museum Store, presented by CMT autograph signings
- Food & Cash Bar
- Access to the Museum's exhibition and gallery space after hours
- Sneak peek of two upcoming exhibitions—Carrie Underwood: The Blown Away Tour on June 4 and Reba: All the Women I Am on August 9.
Admission to Hot Nights at the Hall is free to all Museum members.
Museum membership begins at $30 and includes admission to all three concert events as well as a year of free admission to the museum, invitations to other member-only events and much more. A membership may be purchased at the door on each night of the series, by phone at (615) 291-8419 or purchase online.
Friday, August 9 - 6:00P.M.-9:00P.M.
Since his discovery playing honky-tonks on Nashville’s Lower Broadway, Craig Campbell has earned a reputation for his straightforward, neo-traditionalist country sound with singles “Family Man” and “Fish.” He has won songwriting awards from SESAC, been nominated for two American Country Awards, and made national TV appearances on Fox & Friends and Marie. His current single, “Outta My Head,” is climbing the charts. Bigger Picture Group will release Campbell’s second album, Never Regret¸ on May 7.
Past Hot Nights:
Tuesday, June 4 - 8:00P.M.
Warner Nashville artist Ashley Monroe released her critically acclaimed album, Like a Rose, in March. Rolling Stone gave the album four stars, declaring, “Nine songs, 32 minutes, no false moves.” In addition to writing her own songs, she has written hits for Jason Aldean (“The Truth”) and Miranda Lambert (“Heart Like Mine”). In 2011, Monroe formed the Pistol Annies with Lambert and Angaleena Presley; the trio’s debut album, Hell on Heels was a critical and commercial hit. The Pistol Annies will release their second album on May 7. A true collaborator, Monroe also contributed vocals to rock band Train’s single “Bruises.” Click here for autograph signing guidelines and more.
Special opening performance by Striking Matches
Friday, July 19 - 6:00P.M.-9:00P.M.
Recently celebrating the success of her latest radio single, “Home to Me,” which has sold over 100,000 downloads, Sarah Darling is on the brink of country music stardom. Called “a sophisticated songwriter with a crisp, powerful voice” by the New York Times, Darling pairs her uncanny knack for songwriting with her passion for performing on stage. Her latest EP, Home to Me, which is now available on iTunes and in stores nationwide, comes after her 2011 critically acclaimed music video for “Something to Do with Your Hands” hit the #1 spot on CMT.com and received over 1.2 million views. Fans can catch her out on the road performing fairs and festivals this summer, as well as on the historic Grand Ole Opry stage where she has been honored with the chance to perform over 30 times.