Country music’s legendary master of comedy, Ray Stevens, is set to be spotlighted by the Country Music Hall of Fame® and Museum with a special “Songwriter Session”. Stevens’ Songwriter Session will be held in the Country Music Hall of Fame’s FordTheater on Saturday, July 19 at 11:30 AM. During the 45 minute program, Stevens will perform several of his hit songs and will discuss his storied career. ... read more!
On Thursday, July 10, Josh Thompson will perform at the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum’s summer fundraising series, Hot Nights at the Hall, presented by XFINITY®. ... read more!
On June 26, 1989 – 25 years ago today – a then-unknown singer-songwriter from the small town of Newnan, GA put pen to paper and signed his first major recording contract. His name was Alan Jackson…and that “dream come true” moment set the stage for a career that Jackson – and those in the room with him – could only have imagined. ... read more!
Vince Gill is a country music icon. He is an accomplished singer, songwriter and musician and a member of the Country Music Hall of Fame and the Grand Ole Opry. He has sung with hundreds upon hundreds of singers from the legendary George Jones, to Barbara Streisand. He not only has had a hugely popular solo career filled with awards and accolades, but now the Nashville local plays in a band, The Time Jumpers, every Monday night! Take all this and top it with a beyond healthy dose of humility and kindness and you can begin to see why I am a huge fan of Vince Gill! ... read more!
The Country Music Hall of Fame® and Museum’s cornerstone education program, Words & Music, is celebrating 35 years of connecting school children with professional songwriters for a one-of-a-kind lesson in musical composition and language skills. ... read more!
Last night at Nashville’s Bridgestone Arena Keith Urban and Vince Gill hosted the Fifth Annual All for the Hall Benefit. Country music legends and newcomers all gathered together to put on a HUGE show to help raise money to preserve country music history. According to The Tennessean the show kicked off at 7:30 with Keith and Vince singing the classic Everly Brother’s song, “Wake Up Little Susie.” ... read more!