New Country Music Hall of Fame Exhibit To Include Luke Combs, Morgan Wallen
The Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum has announced it will open the latest installment of its exhibition, “American Currents: State of the Music,” on Wednesday, February 28, and will run through February 2025.
The new exhibition features a selection of artists, musicians, and songwriters while taking a “broad view of the genre over the past year.” It will explore musical developments, and artist achievements, among other notable events.
Tyler Childers, Kelsea Ballerini, Luke Combs, Jelly Roll, Taylor Swift, Morgan Wallen, The War And Treaty, and Lainey Wilson, are among the names featured in the new “American Currents: State of the Music” exhibit.
“Through the 8th annual American Currents exhibit, the museum looks at the country music landscape through a wide-angle lens — encompassing developments in mainstream country, Americana, bluegrass and related roots music,” said Kyle Young, chief executive officer of the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum in a press statement. “Our curators and historians examine the year’s major events and achievements, allowing the museum to assemble an exhibit that reflects the genre’s current impact, history and continued evolution.”
The “American Currents: State of the Music” exhibit will also include a section called the “Unbroken Circle.”
This section will highlight the musical connections of artists and will feature pairings such as Megan Moroney and Kacey Musgraves as well as Hailey Whitters and Martina McBride. Fans visiting the museum will also be treated to a video compilation with the top 2023 country music moments.
In support of the new exhibition at the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum, there will be a Songwriter Session held on both March 2 with Kelsey Waldon and a Musician Spotlight with C.J. Lewandowski on March 3.
Click here to learn more about the “American Currents: State of the Music” exhibit.
“American Currents: State of the Music” opens February 28. This annual exhibit offers a broad look at country music and its place in American culture over the past year.— Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum (@countrymusichof) January 18, 2024
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