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GROUP TOURS: BOOK YOUR UNIQUE EXPERIENCE

In addition to touring the Museum, your group can choose from a variety of one-of-a-kind experiences that include Nashville's legendary Historic RCA Studio B or time spent with Music City's finest performers and songwriters. These special packages and programs can be added to your Museum itinerary for an additional fee. Please inquire with your group sales specialist.

STAR FOR A DAY* ♪ 
RCA STUDIO B GROUP ITINERARY

​2.5 Hour  •  Historic RCA Studio B

Begin on Nashville’s famed Music Row with a tour of Historic RCA Studio B, Nashville’s oldest remaining recording studio. Following the guided tour, groups will gather around the legendary microphone for a recording session with a professional sound engineer. Then it’s off to the museum to complete your tour experience. This itinerary may conclude with an optional lunch and line dancing at the world-famous Wildhorse Saloon OR enjoying a true honky-tonk experience at Blake Shelton’s newly opened Ole Red, on lower Broadway. Regardless of which lunch spot you wish to add on, your group will kick up their heels and enjoy listening to their newly recorded hit over a state-of-the-art sound system.

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WAYLON’S WAY: OUTLAW DREAMS WITH CARTER AND BARNY ROBERTSON

1 Hour  •  Country Music Hall of Fame® and Museum

​Waylon defined it. “‘Outlaw’ meant standing up for your rights, for your own way of doing things.” Waylon’s Way is a backstage look at those defiant years, with stories and songs from Carter and Barny Robertson, who played and sang alongside Waylon Jennings—the country music pacesetter, dreamer, and singer who fronted the Waylors. From the tour bus to the studio and stage, this program transports audiences to the 1970s, to the Outlaw scene in Tennessee, Texas, and in between. Experience these rowdy, creative years as shared by Barny and Carter Robertson.

Preview Outlaws & Armadillos: Country's Roaring '70s, the exhibit featuring Willie Nelson, Waylon Jennings, and many more. Now open at the Country Music Hall Of Fame and Museum!

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INSIDE TRACKS WITH MEGHAN LINSEY AND TYLER CAIN

1 Hour  •  Country Music Hall of Fame® and Museum

A true day in the life of a musician—from songwriting and performing to professionalism in the music industry—this program covers it all. Co-write and produce a song from scratch with Nashville recording artist Meghan Linsey and record producer Tyler Cain, who will help your group compose a beat and write accompanying parts to your original track.

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HISTORIC RCA STUDIO B TOUR ♪

1 Hour  •  Historic RCA Studio B

What started in 1957 as a sketch on a dinner napkin quickly became the birthplace to more than 35,000 legendary songs and more than 1,000 popular hits. Located on renowned Music Row, Historic RCA Studio B is one of the most famous studios in the world. Over 35,000 songs were recorded here by artists such as Dolly Parton, Elvis Presley, Roy Orbison, and even more recently, Martina McBride and Carrie Underwood. Hear the stories behind the legendary recordings and view some of the original instruments used in producing over 1,000 hit records on this private guided tour.

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STORIES BEHIND THE SONGS ♪

1 Hour  •  Country Music Hall of Fame® and Museum

Discover the stories behind the music you love in a private session with one of Nashville’s hit-making songwriters. This intimate session allows the rare opportunity to hear hits as they were originally written. The writer demonstrates to the group how a song is created from concept to hit. After the session, join the writer for a meet and greet and autograph signing.

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SHARING THE ART OF SONGWRITING* ♪

1 Hour  •  Country Music Hall of Fame® and Museum

Experience for yourself what makes songwriting in Nashville so unique with this interactive co-writing program. Work closely with one of Nashville's most accomplished songwriters as they guide your group in composing original lyrics of their own. End this session with a group recording of Nashville's newest tune.

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WALL CANDY

1 Hour  •  Hatch Show Print

A Match Made in Nashville. This unique package combines a tour of Hatch Show Print with a hands-on “Taste of GooGoo” workshop at Goo Goo Candy Shop, which created the Goo Goo Cluster, America’s first combination confection and a sweet Southern tradition invented in Nashville in 1912.

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HATCH SHOW PRINT GROUP ITINERARY

1 Hour  •  Hatch Show Print

This tour starts at legendary letterpress icon Hatch Show Print’s production shop. The century-plus-old business will engage your group’s senses: They’ll listen to the presses crank while learning about the history of Hatch. They’ll also see the colorful, classic posters that put the shop on the map—as well as recent works of their favorite entertainers! The tour concludes in the Hatch Show Print Space for Design, where the group can handle some of the tools of the trade and smell the ink as they print their own keepsake piece.

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INSIDE TRACKS WITH MEGHAN LINSEY AND TYLER CAIN

1 Hour  •  Country Music Hall of Fame® and Museum

A true day in the life of a musician—from songwriting and performing to professionalism in the music industry—this program covers it all. Co-write and produce a song from scratch with Nashville recording artist Meghan Linsey and record producer Tyler Cain, who will help your group compose a beat and write accompanying parts to your original track.

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STAR FOR A DAY: STUDENT RECORDING PROGRAM

​This itinerary begins with a professionally guided tour of RCA Studio B. Students learn about the history of Nashville's recording industry and the progression of recording technology. Following the tour, students work with the Studio engineer in their own private recording session. Then it's off to the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum to complete the tour experience. Conclude your itinerary with an optional lunch or dinner at the world-famous Wildhorse Saloon or Hard Rock Cafe, where your group will hear their newly recorded hit.

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SHARING THE ART OF SONGWRITING

1 Hour  •  Country Music Hall of Fame® and Museum

​Students experience what makes songwriting in Nashville so unique with this interactive co-writing program. For 1 hour, the group will work closely with one of Nashville's most accomplished songwriters as they guide students in composing original lyrics of their own. The session concludes with a group recording of the new tune.

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HISTORIC RCA STUDIO B TOUR FOR STUDENTS

2.5 Hours  •   Historic RCA Studio B

Located on renowned Music Row, Studio B is one of the most famous recording studios in the world. Over 35,000 songs were recorded here by artists such as Dolly Parton, Elvis Presley, Roy Orbison, and even more recently, Martina McBride and Carrie Underwood. On this guided tour, students learn about the history of Nashville's recording industry, hear the stories behind the legendary recordings, and view some of the original instruments used in producing over 1,000 hit records.

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GET INKY 
HATCH SHOW PRINT GROUP ITINERARY

1 Hour  •  Hatch Show Print

This tour starts at legendary letterpress icon Hatch Show Print’s production shop. The century-plus-old business will engage your group’s senses: They’ll listen to the presses crank while learning about the history of Hatch. They’ll also see the colorful, classic posters that put the shop on the map—as well as recent works of their favorite entertainers! The tour concludes in the Hatch Show Print Space for Design, where the group can handle some of the tools of the trade and smell the ink as they print their own keepsake piece.

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MUSIC CITY SHOWCASE FOR PERFORMANCE GROUPS

30 Minutes  •  Country Music Hall of Fame® and Museum

Come be a part of Music City by showcasing your own style and songs. Ranging from small choirs to full marching bands, the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum is the perfect place for an unforgettable performance opportunity. Free with Museum admission.

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CURRICULUM-BASED PROGRAMMING

Varies  •  Country Music Hall of Fame® and Museum

The Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum provides school and teacher programs that address national and state curriculum standards in language arts, math, music, science, social studies, and visual art. Interactive workshops, lesson guides, professional development, and more are offered to qualifying K-12 classrooms and college groups.

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♪ These special packages and programs can be added to your Museum itinerary for an additional fee. Please inquire with your group sales specialist.

*Keepsake CDs of the recordings are available for purchase.

All group rates, unless otherwise noted, apply to 15 or more people. Prices subject to change, and sold only in conjunction with Museum admission.

HEROES FOREVER. STARS FOR A DAY. * ♪

30 Minutes  •   Historic RCA Studio B

This itinerary, created especially for military groups, begins on world-famous “Music Row” with a guided tour of Historic RCA Studio B, Nashville’s most legendary studio, and one of the most important and successful studios in the world. Opened in 1957, RCA Studio B has produced more than 35,000 songs, over 1,000 top ten hits, and 262 recordings by Elvis Presley. Following the tour, your group will be assembled “choir-style” to record your military branch song. At the end of the recording we will have each member of the group step to that famous microphone to state his name and rank, which will be included at the end of your recording. All of your participants will then have their buddy’s voices on CD forever, as a one-of-a-kind keepsake.

The second leg of this itinerary will bring your group to tour the incredible Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum. Country music has long had a special kinship with the United States military. From the plaintive ballads of World War II that often lamented soldiers being separated from their families, like Kitty Wells’ “Heartbreak USA,” to the rousing “Courtesy of the Red, White, and Blue” by Toby Keith, penned following the attacks on September 11, 2001, country music has always represented the feelings and sacrifice of the American soldier. The Museum is a world-class facility featuring thousands of priceless artifacts, theater experiences, live music, a full-service restaurant, and the best variety of souvenirs, apparel, and music in the city.

We appreciate your service to our country, and we will strive to make this an experience you will never forget.

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TEAM BUILDING THROUGH SHARING THE ART OF SONGWRITING

1 Hour  •  Country Music Hall of Fame® and Museum

The process of group songwriting requires creativity and communication, leadership and compromise, all to reach a shared goal. In this special team-building program, join one of Music City's most accomplished songwriters for an hour-long session on the craft of songwriting. By offering personal insight and direction, the writer guides your group in creating an original song. This entertaining and highly interactive program promotes group problem solving while exploring corporate ideals and goals in the creation of an original "Company Song." Once written, your team will rehearse and record their new song and everyone will receive a CD copy of their new "team" accomplishment.

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MUSIC FEST AT THE HALL PRESENTED BY XFINITY

June 7-10, 2018  •  Country Music Hall of Fame® and Museum

Enjoy a fun-filled Music Fest at the Hall with performances, family programs, special programs and autograph signings.

Speak with a Group Sales Representative for more information.

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