In 2020, there will be three new exhibits at the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum that will spotlight Martina McBride, Chris Stapleton, and songwriter Bill Anderson.
The Chris Stapleton exhibit will open June 26 and document Stapleton's rise to fame, including his time as a member of bluegrass band the SteelDrivers, as well as his personal and musical influences that have driven his career.
On Aug. 21, the exhibit on Martina McBride will open, honoring McBride as one of the genre’s most accomplished female vocalists. McBride has racked up dozens of awards and reached the top of the country charts over the last 30 years.
Songwriting icon Bill Anderson will be spotlighted at the Hall of Fame starting Nov. 20. The exhibit will explore his entire career, from recording artist to one of the most successful songwriters of all-time. He has earned 37 Top 10 hits as an artist and has songwriting credits for hundreds of artists, including James Brown, Kenny Chesney, Dean Martin, and Connie Smith.
In addition to the three special exhibits, the Hall of Fame will be bringing back the annual American Currents exhibit on March 6, 2020.
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