Brad Paisley to Receive Country Music Hall of Fame Exhibit


By Amanda Wicks

Brad Paisley will join the list of country musicians who have received special exhibitions at the Country Music Hall of Fame. Paisley’s exhibit will open this fall and trace his career from when he first performed on WWVA’s Jamboree USA at 13 years old until the present.

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The special exhibit opens on November 18th and runs through May 14th, 2017. Visitors will get to peruse through his musical instruments, performance clothing, awards, photographs and childhood mementos, which will include several of his early drawings. Curators behind the exhibit also made a point of drawing connections between Paisley and his guitar heroes like Chet Atkins, James Burton, John Jorgenson and Keith Richards of the Rolling Stones.

Blake Shelton and Zac Brown Band have already received similar exhibitions.

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