Carly Pearce Explores Country’s Rich Heritage In New Country Music Hall Of Fame Series

Carly Pearce stars in a new video series for the The Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum, “Unbroken Circle: Exploring Country Music History with Carly Pearce,” that is available for viewing now on the museum’s YouTube channel.

The four-episode series explores the connections between Country music’s past, present and future as Pearce takes viewers through the museum’s galleries, the Frist Library and Archives, and Historic RCA Studio B. Over the course of multiple days, Pearce digs for inspiration in the museum’s archives and galleries along with friends and collaborators Jeannie Seely, Emily Shackelton, busbee and Michael Ray.

“The mission of the museum is to tell the ever-evolving story of country music history,” said Brenda Colladay, Vice President, Museum Services, Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum. “We are always pleased when contemporary artists join us in our mission and help us share the history of the genre with new generations of audiences.”

This series is produced in support of the museum’s American Currents exhibit, which explores the stories, artists and events of country’s most recent past. Pearce is paired in the exhibit with Grand Ole Opry member Jeannie Seely, her friend and mentor. Pearce’s stage wear from her Grand Ole Opry debut is on display along with Opry stage wear from Seely, representing the “Unbroken Circle” of Country music’s past, present and future.

“It’s our new duty, as the next generation of country music artists, to preserve country music history and tradition,” said Pearce. “I couldn’t have been more honored to join the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum in exploring this rich lineage of our genre alongside some of my favorite collaborators.”


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