Songwriter Sessions


Upcoming Songwriter Session:



During Songwriter Sessions at the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum, fans get a chance to meet the minds behind some of country music's biggest hits, as respected songwriters share the stories behind their work in an intimate performance setting, with audience Q&A.


The Museum is hosting its weekly Songwriter Sessions on Instagram Live, Tuesdays starting at 8:00 PM Central on the Museum's Instagram, @OfficialCMHOF.

Like our onsite Songwriter Sessions, these weekly, live social media events will connect fans with songwriters, allowing participants to ask questions and songwriters to share answers, inspiration, and stories.


To join in, follow us on Instagram, at @OfficialCMHOF. There are two ways to engage with our live broadcasts.
  • When you open the Instagram app, if we're already broadcasting live, you'll see our logo at the top of your home screen, with a "LIVE" bar at the bottom. Just tap there, and you'll join the broadcast.
  • Use the "search" icon at the bottom of your home screen (a magnifying glass icon), and type in "OfficialCMHOF" in the bar at the top. On our Instagram page, click the profile photo with the "LIVE" tag, and you'll join the broadcast.
You can click the question mark icon to ask the artist a question at any time during the broadcast.
If you can't tune in live, our livestreams will be available for twenty-four hours after the initial broadcast. Just go to our page, tap our logo, and choose "Watch Live Video" from the pop-up menu.


To see upcoming programs visit the Calendar.

June 2
Jessi Alexander: “Mine Would Be You” (Blake Shelton), “The Climb” (Miley Cyrus), “I Drive Your Truck” (Lee Brice)

June 9
Dierks Bentley: “Come a Little Closer,” “Drunk on a Plane,” “I Hold On,” (his own songs)

June 16
Bob DiPiero: “Blue Clear Sky” (George Strait), “Southern Voice” (Tim McGraw), “Little Rock” (Reba McEntire)

June 23
Yola: “Faraway Look,” “It Ain’t Easier,” “Walk Through Fire” (her own songs)

June 30
Steve Wariner: “I Got Dreams,” “Two Teardrops,” “When I Could Come Home to You” (his own songs)

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