From his grade school backpack to his first guitar and a lengthy list of accolades and awards, fans anxious for a glimpse into the life of superstar Luke Bryan don’t have to look any farther than his new Dirt Road Diary exhibit at the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum in Nashville.
The exhibit officially opened Friday (May 22) and runs through Nov. 8.
The Georgia native says seeing his life on display is unlike anything he’s ever experienced.
“I haven’t taken it all in yet,” he told CMT Hot 20 Countdown. “But I think it’s really amazing that it could be put in here and people can come by and experience it. It’s a weird feeling right now. I feel like a fan of myself when I get to take it all in.
“But I’m certainly excited from what I can see right now,” he said. “I’m pretty nervous. I don’t get nervous much. Anytime you get real anxious, it feels like I’m doing a big show in here.”
Earlier in the week, he announced plans to release a new album, Kill the Lights, on Aug. 7 and performed his new single, “Kick the Dust Up,” during appearances on The Ellen DeGeneres Show and The Voice.
For more on Luke Bryan and the Dirt Road Diary exhibit, tune in to the new episode of CMT Hot 20 Countdown airing Saturday and Sunday (May 23-24) at 9 a.m. ET/PT.