Lainey Wilson, the freshly-crowned ACM New Female Artist of the Year, took the stage at the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum’s annual Troubadour kickoff party on Tuesday night (March 15).
The singer-songwriter performed a handful of her hits, including “Two Story House;” a solo version of her fiery duet with Cole Swindell, “Never Say Never;” and “Things a Man Oughta Know,” which won the award for ACM Song of the Year earlier this month.
Wilson is also highlighted in the museum’s annual exhibition American Currents: State of the Music, which opened this month and explores notable music, artists’ achievements and music-related events from the past year.
Troubadour is a membership program of the museum that engages young professionals in supporting its mission. The museum hosts quarterly networking events, which range from concerts to exhibition previews, for Troubadour members.
The goals of the program are to engage young leaders, ages 21-45, in the museum’s mission, build life-long relationships between members and the nonprofit museum, and create a special networking space that unites music lovers. For more information on the Troubadour membership program, visit here.
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