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Online Exhibits

Dylan, Cash, and the Nashville Cats: A New Music City

Adapted for an online audience, this exhibition explores the impact of Bob Dylan’s 1960s Nashville recordings, Johnny Cash’s groundbreaking TV show, and the ace musicians known as the “Nashville Cats.”

Suiting the Sound: The Rodeo Tailors Who Made Country Stars Shine Brighter

The online exhibition Suiting the Sound spotlights the artistry of Western-wear designers, often known as “rodeo tailors,” whose couture designs helped create the indelible “rhinestone cowboy” image.

‘HISTORIC MUSIC ROW: NASHVILLE’S CREATIVE CROSSROADS’

Explore the history of Music Row—the longtime center of Nashville’s music community—with a new multimedia web exhibit that brings that creative neighborhood's story to life. Produced by the Museum and free to access, “Historic Music Row” uses archival video, photos, music, and more from the Museum’s collections to trace the history of several of Music Row’s landmark businesses and the people who made world-famous music there.

On-Property Exhibits

Open Now: ‘American Currents: State of the Music’

Those featured in American Currents: State of the Music are artists, musicians, and songwriters who have shaped the broadly defined genre of country music.

Florida Georgia Line: Mix It Up Strong

Florida Georgia Line created some of the most popular recordings in country music’s history by embracing hip-hop and rock influences. In less than a decade, Brian Kelley and Tyler Hubbard amassed twenty-five gold, platinum, or multi-platinum singles, with two—"Cruise" and "Meant to Be"—reaching diamond sales certification. Very few artists in any genre accomplish that feat.

Bill Anderson: As Far as I Can See

Known as “Whisperin’ Bill” for his soft-spoken and conversational singing style, Bill Anderson has placed eighty records on the Billboard charts as a recording artist, reaching country’s Top Twenty more than forty times. As a songwriter, he’s placed songs on the country charts in seven consecutive decades.

Martina McBride: The Power of Her Voice

Through the exhibition Martina McBride: The Power of Her Voice, the Museum explores the music and legacy of the influential vocalist, tracing her journey from performing in her family’s band as a child to becoming a chart-topping, award-winning, perspective-shifting country music artist.

Outlaws & Armadillos: Country’s Roaring ’70s

The Country Music Hall of Fame® and Museum's major exhibition, Outlaws & Armadillos: Country’s Roaring '70s, celebrates this era of cultural and artistic exchange between Nashville, Tennessee, and Austin, Texas, revealing untold stories and never-seen artifacts. The exhibition, which closes a four-year run on June 7, 2022, explores the complicated, surprising relationship between the two cities.

Sing Me Back Home

The Country Music Hall of Fame® and Museum's core, permanent exhibit tells the story of country music from its pre-commercial roots in the nineteenth century through its vibrant life today. This exciting, multi-layered experience includes artifacts, photographs, original recordings, archival video, newly produced films, touchscreen interactive media, and beautifully rendered text panels. The exhibit immerses the visitor in the history and sounds of country music, its meanings, and the lives and voices of its honored personalities.

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