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Hall of Fame Events

Alan Jackson's New Exhibit Lets Fans "Remember When"

Titled Alan Jackson: 25 Years of Keepin' It Country, the exhibit will be on display through March 15, 2015. Get details.

Tanya Tucker Strolls Through Her New Exhibit

Enjoy memorabilia from her four-decade career enshrined in the new spotlight exhibit, Strong Enough to Bend. Take a look.

Crystal Gayle Shares Her Dream in New Museum Exhibit

Her new spotlight exhibit at the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum, titled When I Dream, neatly summarizes her life and gestures toward the breadth of her musical career. Enjoy her interview with CMT Edge.

Kenny Rogers Checks Out Hall of Fame Exhibit

The successful singer says the museum's display of memorabilia is like a walk through some of his most cherished memories. See why.

Check Out the Bakersfield Sound Exhibit

Step back in time and enjoy The Bakersfield Sound: Buck Owens, Merle Haggard and California Country. Get more information.

Country Music Hall of Fame Inducts Mac Wiseman, Hank Cochran, Ronnie Milsap

Alison Krauss, Vince Gill, Gene Watson and Charlie Daniels were among those singing tributes. Read CMT.com's full coverage.

Hall of Fame Expansion Ceremony Highlighted by Vince Gill, Ricky Skaggs, Lee Ann Womack

The new expansion more than doubles the facilities spaces and offerings. Read the story.

Watch the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum's Exclusive Footage

From Artist in Residence performances by Kris Kristofferson and others to We're All for the Hall with Keith Urban and friends, these are must-see clips.

Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum Opens Taylor Swift Education Center

The superstar's $4 million donation, given last year, will further music education in the Nashville community. Take a look.

Reba McEntire Enchants Crowd at Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum

The country music icon kicked off her Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum tour exhibit with a 90-minute conversation held in the Hall's Ford Theater. Speaking to a capacity crowd, she shared memories of how she became one of the entertainment industry's most enduring success stories. Get details.

Sing Me Back Home: A Journey Through Country Music

Take a walk through time and enjoy this second part of the expanded exhibit now featuring modern day country music. Plus, brush up on your music knowledge through this special online gallery experience.

Visit Historic RCA Studio B

The Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum offers exclusive tours of one of the world's most famous recording studios. See where stars like Elvis Presley, Dolly Parton, Charley Pride and others made some of their biggest hits. Get details.

What You've Been Missing

Many new artists have found a comfortable home in the Museum Store through in-store performances and autograph signings where they can gain new fans through these events.

Some of our previous in-store celebrity guests include:

ARTISTS/SONGWRITERS

Trace Adkins, Bill Anderson, Eddy Arnold, Dierks Bentley, Matraca Berg, Suzy Boguss, Harold Bradley, T. Graham Brown, Billy Burnette, Shawn Camp, Glen Campbell, Carlene Carter, Roy Clark, Hank Cochran, Elvis Costello, Dailey & Vincent, Charlie Daniels, Little Jimmy Dickens, Jerry Douglas, The Infamous Stringdusters, Joey+Rory, George Jones, Jordainaires, Jim Lauderdale, Brenda Lee, Charlie Louvin, Patty Loveless, Loretta Lynn, Kathy Mattea, John Michael Montgomery, Lorrie Morgan, Nitty Gritty Dirt Band, Randy Owen, Dolly Parton, Ray Price, Charley Pride, Earl & Randy Scruggs, Ricky Skaggs, Marty Stuart, Mel & Pam Tillis, Randy Travis, Tanya Tucker, The Time Jumpers, Josh Turner, Phil Vassar, Porter Wagoner, Loudon Wainwright III, Steve Wariner, Jimmy Wayne, Kitty Wells, The Whites, Holly Williams, Jett Williams, Craig Wiseman, Darryl Worley, Wynonna and Trisha Yearwood.

AUTHORS

John Carter Cash, Patsi Bale Cox, Colin Escott, William Gay, Peter Guralnick, Martin Hawkins, Barry Mazor, Joe Moscheo, Robert Oermann, David Ritz and The Statler Brothers.