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Country Music Hall Of Fame & Museum Announces Lineup Of 2018 Exhibits
One of Nashville's main country music attractions, the Country Music Hall Of Fame And Museum has announced its lineup of 2018 exhibits, featuring GRAMMY winners Emmylou Harris, The Judds, Dr. Ralph Stanley, and Little Big Town.
The year's first exhibit will be a refresh of "American Currents: The Music of 2017." The exhibit will open to the public March 9 and feature some of today's hottest country acts such as Maren Morris, Eric Church, Luke Combs and Chris Young.
The first of the museum's new artist spotlights will be unveiled on June 29, highlighting Alabama-bred quartet Little Big Town. Two weeks later on July 13, the museum will premiere a special exhibit dedicated to Dr. Ralph Stanley, celebrating the late bluegrass icon's storied career and massive influence.
Chart-topping mother-daughter duo the Judds will get an exhibit of their own on Aug. 3 and country's angel-voiced stalwart Harris will be the focus of an exhibit opening Oct. 5. Harris, a member of the Country Hall Of Fame, continues to perform and record more than 40 years into her illustrious career.
More information, including ticket details, can be found via the Country Music Hall Of Fame And Museum's website.