Ian Munsick is set to perform at the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum’s 11th annual Nightfall at the Hall celebration on Thursday, Sept. 21 in the museum’s Event Hall, starting at 6 p.m.
Presented by Maverick Nashville and PickleJar, Nightfall at the Hall is an after-hours celebration exclusively for the museum’s Troubadour members, a group of leaders ages 21 to 45, who collaborate with other professionals in supporting their community and the museum.
Munsick is a multi-instrumentalist and seasoned entertainer who has amassed over half a billion global streams. The Warner Music Nashville artist was named an Artist to Watch by Spotify, CMT, Fender and more. He released his second album White Buffalo in April, which tells stories of romance and ranch life through 18 tracks. The album’s duet “Long Live Cowgirls (with Cody Johnson)” was named one of Amazon Music’s Best Country Songs of 2022. Munsick is currently traveling across the nation on his headlining journey, “The Buffalo Roams Tour.”
Prior to Munsick’s performance, student-artist Julia LaFreniere will perform “Dear Future Me,” a song that she wrote with guidance from museum staff as part of the museum’s flagship educational program, Words & Music. The 13-year-old Nashville native participated in the museum’s summer songwriting camp this year.
Young professionals can become a Troubadour member between now and Monday, Sept. 25, at a discounted rate of five dollars off an individual membership and $10 off a dual membership. For more information, click here.
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