Entertainment & Production
Nashville is home to many of the world's finest musicians and songwriters. With so much talent to draw from, we are able to offer the best entertainment available anywhere. Allow us to complement your event with performances rooted in all genres.
Country. Rock & roll. Jazz. Bluegrass. Pop. We have it all — and so can you.
TYPES OF ENTERTAINMENT WE BOOK
Songwriters — all songwriters booked have #1 songs. Many are members of the Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame.
Line Dance Instructors
We also book Guest Speakers, Emcees and Museum Staff for artifact talks, exhibit and historic country music presentations, and more.
The Richie Rich Show
- Featuring Richie McDonald, lead singer of Lonestar, and John Rich, of Big & Rich
- Featuring many of their chart toppers, hit songs they’ve written for other artists, and lots of humor!
- Includes performance and meet and greet for up to 50 guests
- Available exclusively at Museum private events
We provide the following production personnel for events:
Follow Spot Operators
ARTISTS WHO HAVE PLAYED PRIVATE EVENTS HERE
Oak Ridge Boys
Big & Rich
The Band Perry
Milk Carton Kids
Cast of Nashville
Nitty Gritty Dirt Band
Lee Ann Womack
LIVE TELEVISION SHOWS FILMED AT THE MUSEUM
Jimmy Kimmel Live! (3 shows)
Midsouth Emmy Awards
The Today Show (Jenna Bush with Kenny Rogers)
Pro Fastpitch Draft
We are fully equipped with in-house sound and lighting and can take care of all of your technical requirements.
Custom Gobo Creation for your logo
Moving Intelligent Lights
Laser Shows & Laser Logos
CO2 (Cryo) Jets
LED Video Wall and Panels for image magnification and decorative elements
Custom Set Design and Fabrication
Truss Movement Automation
Automated Flying Solutions for people, equipment, cameras and stage movement
Baby Grand Pianos
IN-HOUSE PRODUCTION TEAM
Manager Of Production And Technical Services
Born in Boston and raised in Chicago, Alex Krompic has served as Manager of Production and Technical Services at the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum since 2014. Before joining the Museum team, Alex devoted nearly twenty years to live lighting, touring with pop, rock, and country artists, providing superior sound, lighting, and video production. In his free time, Alex enjoys spending time with family, fishing, camping, traveling, and photography. He's grateful for his role at the Museum, where every day he feels like he is supporting and protecting country music's rich history.
Assistant Manager of Production and Technical Services
Michael Boyle moved to Nashville after graduating from Ohio University with a degree in telecommunications. Shortly after arriving in Nashville, Michael discovered an interest in live audio production and dedicated the next several years to mixing concerts with various touring acts. He appreciates the challenges provided by the many performance spaces inside the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum, as well as the wide variety of venues where Michael engineers sound for public and private events.
After graduating from Berklee College of Music in Boston, Tim Craven got his start as a staff engineer and mixer at the famed NFL Films located just outside Philadelphia. During his eight years at NFL Films, Tim won four national Emmy Awards and two International Monitor Awards for his work with HBO, ESPN, and Spike Lee's 40 Acres and a Mule. In 2003, Tim moved to Nashville to pursue his passion for music. With thirteen years in Music City, Tim has enjoyed making records with such artists as Patty Larkin, Josh Ritter, and Erin McCarley, as well as touring with the likes of Sara Evans, Brothers Osborne, and Kacey Musgraves, among others. Tim now works as a Production Engineer with the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum.
Hailing from Pittsburgh, David Franey now works as a Production Engineer at the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum. Before joining the Museum team in 2016, David engineered and mixed live concerts and studio sessions for nearly two decades, working with a number of pop, rock, and country artists. As musician, David has performed regionally and continues to work on original music in his free time. His position at the Museum allows him to learn from some of the world’s best artists and production teams.