Just yesterday the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum launched their latest exhibit Luke Byran: Dirt Road Diary. Now, more than ever, you can discover the interesting story of CMA and ACM Entertainer of the Year as the new exhibit spotlights the country star’s career, from his roots in south Georgia, growing up the son of a peanut farmer, to his move to Nashville, where he initially saw success as a hit songwriter for other artists before becoming one of the new century’s country superstars.
Also, TODAY, they have two really cool programs for the occasion. At 12:30pm families are invited to take part in Design an Album Cover, where, as you guessed it, you make your own well designed beautiful album cover. Then, later from 2-3pm they will host a songwriter session with Ashley Gorley and Rodney Clawson. So, head on over, see the new exhibit and have some Music City fun. If you need a little more check out: countrymusichalloffame.org.
In case you missed placed yesterday’s post, this exhibit was part of the Ten Things To Do in Music City this Weekend (May 22-25).