Tracy Lawrence Donates Quintessential Book ‘Good Ole Days’ to the Country Music Hall of Fame And Museum

When Country music legend Tracy Lawrence was planning his critically-acclaimed album ‘Good Ole Days,’ which pairs some of his most iconic hits with some of today’s biggest new stars, he knew that he also had to capture his vision in a collection of memories in the form of a book, of the same title.

Tracy went on to enlist Brittany Hodak, Cofounder of ZinePak, to help create the interactive book which embodies the story of the making of his career in pictures and captions. The country legend and Hodak culled through a mountain of memorabilia, collected and preserved by the superstar, to compile this amazing and beautifully bound book which documents his life over the past twenty years.

Taking it a step further, Tracy felt it was only fitting to donate the very first copy to The Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum. He recently visited with Carolyn Tate, Senior VP of Museum Services at the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum, donating the first bound volume to the museum’s ever-growing collection of over 2.5 million artifacts.

Pictured left to right: Carolyn Tate (Senior VP of Museum Services at Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum), Tracy Lawrence and Brittany Hodak (Cofounder of ZinePak) 
Photo courtesy of The Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum

‘Good Ole Days,’ was released on November 10, 2017 and hit the #1 position on the iTunes Country Chart, debuted at #10 on the Billboard Top Country Albums Chart, #25 on Billboard’s Top Current Albums, #87 on the Billboard 200 Chart, #11 on Billboard’s Digital Album’s Chart and #2 on the country portion of that chart. If for some reason you have not purchased this phenomenal collection please do, it is a must have for any country music fan.


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