Country Music Hall Of Fame Offers New Musician Spotlight Series

 

The Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum is hosting a new weekly series, “Musician Spotlight,” every Sunday at 1 p.m. beginning March 5. In the new event series, musicians will perform original music and songs that have influenced their careers, share stories, and even explain playing techniques to guests in the Hall of Fame’s Rotunda. Guests are encouraged to ask questions and interact with the musicians during the session.

Upcoming artists and instruments to be featured through July 2 include Nedski and Mojo – Banjo and Guitar, Stuart Duncan  – Fiddle, Steve Gibson  – Guitar, Belmont University Bluegrass Ensemble, Wanda Vick – Multi-Instrumentalist, Verlon Thompson – Guitar, Jenni Lyn – Mandolin, Joe Robinson – Guitar, Colin Linden – Guitar, Richard Bailey – Banjo, David Coe with Josh Culley – Fiddle and Guitar, Eddie Bayers – Drums, Charlie McCoy – Harmonica, Johnny Duke – Guitar, and Mike Fleming – Bass.

“Musician Spotlight” is included with museum admission and free to museum members, although space is limited. More information on this series and other upcoming programs and the calendar of events can be found at countrymusichalloffame.org.

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