Hot Nights at the Hall This Summer

The Jimmy Church Band will kick off Hot Nights At the Hall.

The Country Music Hall of Fame® and Museum is debuting a summer concert series exclusively for its members: Hot Nights at the Hall, which will take place monthly, will feature live music, food, autograph signings and exclusive access to the Museum and Museum Store.

The series kicks off Friday, June 17 when the Jimmy Church Band headlines a reunion of r&b performers, many of whom were featured in the Museum’s acclaimed 2004-2005 exhibition Night Train to Nashville.

Rounding out the line up are Stealing Angels on July 8, and Carter’s Chord on August 5. The events will run 6–9 p.m., with concerts beginning at 7 p.m.

“Our members are a vital part of our Museum family, and their contributions directly support our mission,” said Museum Director Kyle Young. “We created Hot Nights at the Hall as a way to say ‘thank you’ to them; we’re excited to offer them a chance to hear some great music, meet the performers, and enjoy our exhibits after hours.”

Sponsored by UBS, admission to Hot Nights at the Hall is free to all Museum members. Membership at the Museum begins at $40. A membership may be purchased at the event, or by phone at (615) 416-2075. Details at www.CountryMusicHallofFame.org/HotNights.

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