Country Music Hall of Fame to Open Station Inn Exhibit - Williamson Source

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The Country Music Hall of Fame® and Museum will document the history and legacy of the highly regarded music club Station Inn in the first exhibition of the museum in the new year. of

, And will continue until January 2, 2022.

"The Station Inn not only provides a venue, musicians and fans can also gather to play and listen to music, and they do more than that. The Country Inn builds and nurtures a community," the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum Chief Executive Officer Kyle Young said. "The friendship, joy and sound that lure customers into the club is an unparalleled experience. We are happy to share the story of a venue that has always been a haven for some of the best artists and their music."

Station Inn was founded in 1974 by a group of bluegrass musicians and singers (Bob and Ingrid Fowler, Marty and Charmaine Lanham, Jim Bornstein and Red and Bird Lee Smith). They hope to provide their musicians and fans with a place to play and listen. To grass music. The owner acts as a family band and provides entertainment, while other pickers jump into regular jam sessions.

Station Inn moved from its original location to its current location near Centennial Park in Nashville in 1978, and moved to its current location at No. 402, 12 South American Avenue. Three years later, the future Bluegrass Music Hall of Fame member JT Gray purchased Station Inn. Gray's vision is to make the club a venue where national recording competitions can be held and the local arts can be inspired. In the past 40 years, members of the Country Music Hall of Fame Vince Gill, Bill Monroe, Ricky Skaggs and Mac Wiseman, as well as Richard Bailey, Dierks Bentley, Mike Bub, Fairfield Four, Alison Krauss, McCary Sisters, Nashville Bluegrass, Molly · Tuttle (Molly Tuttle) and others appeared on stage at Station Inn.

Featured projects

Includes musical instruments, photos, posters and other unique items from the club’s long history. Highlights include:

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