Tim McGraw and Faith Hill List Their Favorite Duets

Don’t get Tim McGraw wrong. He loves all the new duets he’s singing with Faith Hill on their 2017 album, The Rest of Our Life. But in a video for Nashville’s Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum, McGraw and his ride-or-die talk about the songs they love to sing together and they happen to... Read more »

Country Music Hall of Fame Elects Ricky Skaggs, Dottie West, Johnny Gimble

Ricky Skaggs, the late Dottie West and instrumentalist Johnny Gimble have been elected the newest inductees into the Country Music Hall of Fame. The Country Music Association hosted Tuesday’s (March 27) announcement with Garth Brooks and Trisha Yearwood at the Hall of Fame Rotunda. The formal induction will take place later this year during an... Read more »

Scotty McCreery and Luke Bryan Dominate This Week’s Album, Singles Charts

So how about being No. 1 forever? That’s the enviable lot of Ricky Skaggs and the late Dottie West and master fiddler Johnny Gimble, who’ve just been announced as the newest inductees into the Country Music Hall of Fame. But that road to musical immortality starts here in the weekly charts. And this week, we... Read more »

Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum Opens American Currents Exhibit

This week Nashville’s Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum celebrated the diverse artists that made up the soundtrack of 2017 with the launch of its new American Currents exhibit. Tuesday night’s (March 7) private launch was the rare occasion where one would find Florida Georgia Line’s Tyler Hubbard and Brian Kelley posing for a... Read more »

Marty Stuart Plans Congress of Country Music in Mississippi

Outside of the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum, Marty Stuart owns one of the world’s biggest collections of country music artifacts. And now he has a place to put it all on display. On Wednesday (Jan. 31) at the Mississippi State Capitol, Stuart announced his concert venue, museum and educational center, the Congress... Read more »

Jason Isbell Closes Hall of Fame Residency with Special Guests

Strings of multi-colored Christmas lights glowed on each tier of Nashville’s CMA Theater as Jason Isbell wrapped his Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum artist residency at the concert hall on Tuesday (Dec. 19). Accompanying Isbell throughout the night were his wife and instrumentalist Amanda Shires, along with surprise guests Jerry Douglas, Mac McAnally,... Read more »

Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum Announces 2018 Exhibits

Five new exhibits chronicling the careers of Little Big Town, Ralph Stanley, The Judds and Emmylou Harris, as well as the music of 2017 are coming to the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum in 2018. Opening March 9, American Currents: The Music of 2017, will feature memorabilia from Brothers Osborne, Kane Brown, Eric... Read more »

Mel Tillis Dies at Age 85

Country Music Hall of Fame member Mel Tillis died on Sunday (Nov. 19) at the Munroe Regional Medical Center in Ocala, Florida. He was 85. The suspected cause of death is respiratory failure, according to his publicist, Don Murry Grubbs. Despite his many distinctions as a performer, songwriter, actor and music publisher, Tillis was most... Read more »

PHOTOS: Tour Faith Hill and Tim McGraw’s New Exhibit

Nashville’s Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum hosted a private preview of the new exhibit Faith Hill & Tim McGraw: Mississippi Woman, Louisiana Man on Wednesday (Nov. 15). In their opening remarks (which lasted 12 minutes), the country power couple wanted to thank every soul that has ever been part of their respective careers.... Read more »

Kenny Rogers Honored at SESAC’s Nashville Music Awards

Kenny Rogers again demonstrated the axiom that wherever the king sits is the head of the table when he was honored Sunday night (Nov. 5) by SESAC during its Nashville Music Awards ceremonies, held at the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum. Although he didn’t appear until late in the proceedings, didn’t sing a... Read more »