Marty Robbins will be the subject of an extensive exhibit at the Country Music Hall of Fame in Nashville, beginning Aug. 3. Titled Marty Robbins: Among My Souvenirs, a reference to his No. 1 hit from 1976, the exhibit will feature Robbins' high school yearbook, two small-bodied Martin 5-18 guitars, a reproduction of his 1973 NASCAR license, a racing uniform and helmet and more than a dozen stage costumes. Robbins entered the Country Music Hall of Fame in 1982, the same year he died. His numerous hits include "Singing the Blues," "El Paso" and "Don't Worry."