This will be worth making a trip to Nashville for…
The Country Music Hall of Fame just announced a brand new featured exhibit on the one and only Chris Stapleton.
It will cover his childhood in the mountains of rural Staffordsville, Kentucky, his long and storied career as one of the best songwriters in Nashville, as well as his incredible burst onto the scene in mainstream country after the insane success of his 2015 Traveller record.
The museum will also have items from his personal collection, including clothing, guitars, awards, and other personal artifacts, like the Traveller album cover outfit, the Thunderpower Thun-1200 megaphone Morgane Stapleton used during recording sessions for Chris’ 2020 album Starting Over, as well as the Waffle House award that recognizes Stapleton as the most-played artist on the restaurant chain’s jukeboxes in 2019.
The exhibit will open on July 1st, and will run through May 14th of next year:
“JUST ANNOUNCED: ‘Chris Stapleton: Since 1978,’ presented by Ram Trucks, opens July 1, 2022.
This new exhibit explores the award-winning artist’s musical journey, from his Kentucky roots and success as a Nashville songwriter to his rise to stardom as one of country music’s most powerful and unique voices.
Visit CountryMusicHallofFame.org to plan your visit!”