CMHoF To Reveal Updated ACM Gallery

countrymusichalloffameThe Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum’s ACM Gallery is getting an update. Beginning Friday, April 24, visitors can view items representing the latest chapter in country music’s evolution by visiting the CMHoF’s ACM Gallery, which will include memorabilia from artists including David Nail, Maddie & Tae, Hunter Hayes, Brett Eldredge, Jason Isbell, Justin Moore, Jack White, and more.

A few of the items to be showcased include:
Blake Shelton’s 2014 CMA award for Male Vocalist of the Year
Craig Wayne Boyd’s trophy for The Voice competition
David Nail’s chord chart, used when Nail recorded Glen Campbell’s 1969 hit “Galveston”
Hunter Hayes’s Guinness World Record plaque for most concerts in different cities within 24 hours
Jack White’s western outfit with fringe, worn when he performed with Loretta Lynn for the first time
Jason Isbell’s custom electric guitar
Maddie & Tae’s outfits from the music video for “Girl in a Country Song”

“History is being made each and every day in music, and the music changes constantly. At the museum we share the history of this art form with our visitors. The journey starts where country music began and it progresses as the music evolves,” said Museum CEO Kyle Young. “The ACM Gallery allows us to fulfill our mission of educating audiences by reporting on the state of country music today.”

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