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Welcome to the Video section of our site.  For your viewing pleasure, we provide video of Museum activities, allowing our Web site viewers to enjoy our over original, educational programming such as the Nashville Cats and Poets and Prophets series, our Songwriter Sessions, and one-of-a-kind concerts and interviews tied to our exhibitions.

We have original video that takes you inside the world of Hatch Show Print. See what it took for our Museum curators to restore frail Flatt & Scruggs TV footage from the 1950s.  Watch exclusive highlights of our donation ceremonies, press conferences, and Museum Store signings. View clips of your favorite country stars discussing the Museum. And don't miss the dozens of historic country music clips available here.

Video will be added on a regular basis, including numerous clips from our past Museum programs.  So check back often.

Artist In Residence


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Artist in Residence: Earl Scruggs
2004

Each year, the museum invites a noted artist or musician to give a series of performances in the Ford Theater. This year's Artist in Residence was Earl Scruggs.

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Artist in Residence: Tom T. Hall
2005

Each year, the museum invites a noted artist or musician to give a series of performances in the Ford Theater. This year's Artist in Resident was Tom T. Hall.

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Artist In Residence: Guy Clark
2006

Each year, the museum invites a noted artist or musician to give a series of performances in the Ford Theater. This year's Artist in Residence was Guy Clark.

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Artist in Residence: Kris Kristofferson
August 17, 2007 at 7:00 pm

Kris Kristofferson, standing alone on the Ford Theater stage, didn't really introduce the rarely performed "New Mister Me." Instead, he offered a warning. "I haven't done this one in a while," he said with a sly grin, "so I don't know if I know it."

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Artist in Residence: Jerry Douglas

August 19 & 27 and September 16 & 30, 2008 at 7:00 pm

His incomparable resume includes 12 Grammy Awards, appearances on more than 2000 albums and a decade as the featured soloist with Alison Krauss & Union Station. In 2008, this three-time CMA Musician of the Year Jerry Douglas added a new accolade to the list: The Country Music Hall of Fame® and Museum's 2008 artist-in-residence. Dobro in hand, Douglas hosted four memorable evenings in August and September, each carefully curated by the artist to illustrate different facets of his glittering career. Hailed as "Dobro's matchless contemporary master" by The New York Times, Jerry Douglas has taken a once obscure and relatively unexplored instrument and harnessed it, through the power of his immense skill and creativity, to create some of the most distinctive sounds in American popular music.

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Artist in Residence: Vince Gill

February 3, 17 and 24, 2009

Country Music Hall of Famer Vince Gill brought his guitars, his songs, his voice, and many of his favorite collaborators when he took the Ford Theater stage as the Country Music Hall of Fame® and Museum's 2009 Artist-in-Residence. Inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame in 2007, Gill has been making music professionally for more than 30 years. Though he continues to strive for excellence with the same fervor he did as a boy, and as evidenced by 19 Grammy Awards in a variety of categories, he has long been acclaimed for his four-pack skill set -- singer, songwriter, guitarist and producer.

Donation ceremonies


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Cindy Walker Donation Ceremony
August 12, 2009

At a donation ceremony wreathed with her songs, the Country Music Hall of Fame® and Museum today paid tribute to 1997 Country Music Hall of Fame inductee Cindy Walker for an SRO audience of invited guests and Museum visitors.
Museum Director Kyle Young announced that when Walker died on March 23, 2006, she bequeathed the writer's share of her 500-song catalog to the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum.

Fundraising Events


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Keith Urban Press Conference

August 31, 2009

In this press conference which took place at the Country Music Hall of Fame® and Museum's Ford Theater, Grammy Award winner Keith Urban, Museum Director Kyle Young and Museum Board President Vince Gill, who created and has led the institution's All for the Hall fundraising initiative since 2005, announced the details of We're All for the Hall, a special concert event benefiting the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum.

The concert, which took place on October 13,2009 at Nashville's Sommet Center, featured performances from a virtual who's who of Nashville's best.  They include Jason Aldean, Lady Antebellum, Faith Hill, Little Big Town, Brad Paisley and Taylor Swift.

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All for the Hall LA 2009

October 1, 2009 -  Los Angeles

The Country Music Hall of Fame® and Museum's third annual All for the Hall fundraiser, featuring distinguished talents Vince Gill, Emmylou Harris, Dwight Yoakam, and Melissa Etheridge, and hosted by Chris Isaak, proved to be an extraordinarily moving experience. Held for the first time in Los Angeles, at Club Nokia at L.A. Live on October 1, the event featured the musicians in a "guitar pull." The relaxed format, a Nashville tradition where songwriters trade off performing new and favorite material, not only brought out some exceptional songs, it afforded each singer a sense of spontaneity and connection with their colleagues that created a unique momentum.

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We're All for the Hall Keith Urban and Friends

October 13, 2009


Vince Gill, Faith Hill, Brad Paisley, Jason Aldean, Dierks Bentley, Lady Antebellum, Little Big Town and Taylor Swift join Keith  Urban on October 13, 2009 for a four-hour concert benefiting the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum.

Crowned as “one of the greatest open-mike nights ever seen in Nashville” by host Keith Urban, an all-star concert featuring nine top country acts and four hours of non-stop hits drew countless standing ovations from a sold-out crowd of 14,000 at the city’s downtown Sommet Center—all to raise funds and promote fan support for the Country Music Hall of Fame® and Museum.
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We're All for the Hall: Taylor Swift announcing her guitar donation

October 13, 2009

Taylor Swift surprised a sold-out crowd of supporters and the museum staff when she announced she would donate her guitar for auction to benefit the Country Music Hall of Fame® and Museum. Swift kept her donation a secret until after she performed her hit “Fifteen” at the star-packed We’re All for the Hall benefit hosted by Keith Urban in October 2009.

Online bidding for the signed guitar, which features a large “13” affixed to the body (Taylor’s lucky number) took place February 13-26, 2010.

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Brooks & Dunn Benefit Concert Announcement

February 25, 2010

Superstar duo Brooks & Dunn made a special appearance February 25, 2010 during the Country Radio Seminar in Nashville to announce that the final show on their upcoming concert trek, The Last Rodeo Tour, will be Brooks & Dunn and Friends, a benefit concert for the Country Music Hall of Fame® and Museum.  Set to take place at Nashville's Bridgestone Arena on August 10, with special guests to be announced, the show will mark the concert culmination of the duo's groundbreaking 20-year career.

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All for the Hall Los Angeles 2010
September 23, 2010

Taylor Swift, sitting on stage with four legendary singer-songwriters, explained why she considered herself a country music artist. She recalled a recent discussion with a band member where they gave their definition of country music: "It's when someone writes a song about their life from an authentic place."
The songwriters surrounding her-Vince Gill, Emmylou Harris, Kris Kristofferson, and Lionel Richie-all nodded in agreement. For the rest of the night, over more than two hours of performances stripped to the essentials of a voice and a single instrument, all five artists performed classic hits and new songs that fit Swift's succinct description.

instrument demonstrations


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Instument Demonstration: Kayton Roberts
July 19, 2009 at 1:00 pm

Kayton Roberts played steel guitar for Hank Snow for thirty years. Roberts has also performed or recorded with the Derailers, Alison Krauss, Riders in the Sky, Billy Joe Shaver, Randy Travis, Hank Williams III, and others.

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Instrument Demonstration: Dave Mac Kenzie
January 24, 2010 at 1:00 p.m.

Dave MacKenzie, blues educator and resophonic instrumentalist, has recorded with Jeff Foxworthy and others.

 

Learn more about Instrument Demonstrations

Museum Store Programs


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Book Signing: Anne Murray
October 27, 2009 at 2:00 pm

Anne Murray stopped by the Museum Store to sign copies of her new book All of Me on October 27.

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2010 CMA Music Festival Highlights

June 7-13 was packed with artist appearances and performances in the Museum Store. Appearances included Diamond Rio, Jake Owen, Trisha Yearwood, Josh Turner, Danny Gokey, Dierks Bentley, Gretchen Wilson, and Cherryholmes. Watch highlights from this year's exciting CMA Music Festival programs in the Museum Store.

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2010 CMA Awards Week Highlights

During CMA Awards week several artists stopped by the Museum Store to sign autographs and perform.  Artists included Danny Gokey, Chris Young, Montgomery Gentry, Jerrod Neimann, Craig Morgan, Josh Thompson, and more.  Watch highlights from these great events in the Museum Store.

See upcoming Museum Store Programs.

Nashville Cats


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Nashville Cats: Gordon Stoker and Ray Walker of the Jordanaires
October 25, 2008 at 1:00 pm

Gordon Stoker and Ray Walker, two members of the legendary vocal group the Jordanaires, can pinpoint the moment when they fully embraced making a career of singing behind stars-instead of trying to become stars.

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Nashville Cats: Weldon Myrick

August 15, 2009 at 1:30 pm

One of country music's most admired and influential steel guitarists, Weldon Myrick was honored as part of the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum's ongoing Nashville Cats series, which pays tribute to vetern musicians who have proven integral to the city's role as a leading music center. Interviewed by series host Bill Lloyd, Myrick traced his wide-ranging career in an eighty-minute program before a rapt audience in the museum's Ford Theater.

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Nashville Cats: Norbert Putnam
November 14, 2009 at 1:30 pm

In discussing the difference between working as a bassist in Nashville and in Muscle Shoals, Alabama, Norbert Putnam compared the studio methods of Music Row producer Owen Bradley and that of Muscle Shoals studio owner Rick Hall.

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Nashville Cats: Eddie Bayers

February 13, 2010 at 1:30 pm

One of country music's busiest and most admired drummers over the last thirty years, Eddie Bayers was honored as part of the museum's ongoing Nashville Cats series, a quarterly program that pays tribute to veteran musicians who have proven integral to the city's role as a leading recording center. Interviewed by series host Bill Lloyd, Bayers traced his unusual, wide-ranging career in a ninety-minute program before an attentive audience in the museum's Ford Theate

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Nashville Cats: Chip Young
October 9, 2010 at 1:30 pm

One of the world's most admired thumb-picking guitarists, as well as a renowned producer and recording-studio owner, Young was honored as part of the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum's ongoing Nashville Cats series, which pays tribute to veteran musicians who have proven integral to the city's role as a leading music center. Interviewed by series host Bill Lloyd, Young traced his wide-ranging career in a ninety-minute program before a rapt audience in the museum's Ford Theater.

Learn more about the Nashville Cats series

Poets and Prophets

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Poets and Prophets: Hank Cochran
March 24, 2007 at 1:00 pm

Following the maxim "make it short, make it sweet, make it rhyme," songwriting legend Hank Cochran has produced some of the greatest country songs ever recorded. He gave museum patrons a glimpse into his life and career Saturday (March 24), during a ninety-minute interview, with multimedia elements, in the museum's Ford Theater. 

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Poets and Prophets: Bob McDill
March 1, 2008 at 1:00 p.m.

Bob McDill doesn't hesitate to use the word "art" when referring to country music songwriting. One of Music Row's most thoughtful and literary songwriters, McDill spoke eloquently and humorously on his career during a March 1 program in the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum's Ford Theater. Appearing as part of the Museum's ongoing Poets and Prophets series, McDill drew a capacity crowd that listened raptly as he told tales about his best-loved songs and commented about his approach to songwriting.

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Poets and Prophets: Whitey Shafer
June 21, 2008 at 1:00 pm

Everything changed for Whitey Shafer in 1950 when he heard Lefty Frizzell's "If You've Got the Money I've Got the Time" on a café jukebox. 

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Poets and Prophets: Curly Putman
March 28, 2009 at 1:30 p.m.

Curly Putman discussed his career high points as the subject of the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum's quarterly series Poets and Prophets, which pays tribute to songwriters who have made a significant contribution to country music. The sold-out program, held in the museum's intimate Ford Theater, featured a two-hour interview with Putman, augmented by live performances, video and audio clips, and scores of personal and professional photos. Two previous Poet and Prophet honorees, Bobby Braddock and John Loudermilk, attended the program.

 

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Poets and Prophets: Matraca Berg

July 18, 2009 at 1:30 pm

Matraca Berg was elected to the Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame in 2008 on the strength of #1 hits such as "Wild Angels" (Martina McBride), "You Can Feel Bad" (Patty Loveless), "XXX's and OOO's (An American Girl)" (Trisha Yearwood), and "The Last One to Know" (Reba McEntire). Berg won CMA's Song of the Year honor in 1997 for "Strawberry Wine" (Deana Carter). The Dixie Chicks, Faith Hill, Gretchen Wilson, and other stars have turned to her catalog for hit material. As a recording artist, the Nashville native charted a handful of singles herself in the 1990s.

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Poets and Prophets: Jerry Chesnut

September 26, 2009 at 1:30 pm

One of the most prolific and successful songwriters ever to hit Nashville, Jerry Chesnut is best known for composing classics such as "A Good Year for the Roses," "T-R-O-U-B-L-E," "Another Place Another Time," "It's Four in the Morning," "They Don't Make 'Em Like My Daddy," and "Holding on to Nothin.'" Chesnut grew up in the Harlan County coal mining camps of Eastern Kentucky, and eventually settled in Music City in 1958. He achieved his first songwriting success nine years later with Del Reeves's "A Dime at a Time," and soon provided Reeves with "Looking at the World Through a Windshield," "Good Time Charlie's," and other hits. Chesnut is a member of the Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame. This program included multi-media elements, and a brief performance.

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Poets and Prophets: Bill Anderson

December 12, 2009 at 1:30 pm

Bill Anderson, early in his career, absorbed two important points about songwriting. "Number one, if you're going to be a songwriter, you need to have a good imagination," he said. "Number two, you need to realize truth doesn't always rhyme."
Anderson cited these principles during a ninety-minute interview as the subject of Poets and Prophets, a quarterly series sponsored by the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum that honors songwriters who have made a significant contribution to country music. Elected to the Country Music Hall of Fame in 2001, and to the Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame in 1975, Anderson is responsible for an impressive list of hits-some he recorded himself, many others that were cut by fellow artists.

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Poets and Prophets: Salute to Legendary Country Songwriter Roger Murrah
March 6, 2010 at 1:30 pm

Two recordings of "High Cotton"-Roger Murrah's original demo and the recording by country group Alabama that became a #1 hit in 1989-opened a celebration of Murrah's work at the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum. The song offered an apt example of what makes Murrah's work special: His lyrics repeatedly draw on images and sounds of the Old South while providing philosophical statements about the values of living a simple, loving, spiritual life. At the same time, as a long-running music publishing executive, Murrah often employs the same honest, hard-working ethos found in his songs to his long-running career as a businessman.

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Poets and Prophets: Salute to Legendary Country Songwriter Red Lane
August 28, 2010 at 1:30 pm

Merle Haggard once goaded his longtime friend Red Lane by calling him the world's third-best songwriter. "Hank Cochran is first," Haggard said. "I'm second. You're third."

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Poets and Prophets: Salute to Legendary Songwriter Dan Penn
Saturday, October 16, 2010 at 1:30pm

The two-hour program focused on Penn's early years in Muscle Shoals and Memphis, with the Alabama native serving up colorful quips and memorable stories in a soft-spoken, heavily accented drawl. 

Learn more about the Poets and Prophets Series

Preservation Videos


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Thomas Hart Benton's the Making of The Sources of Country Music

Watch as Thomas Hart Benton creates the painting The Sources of Country Music and discusses his inspiration for the piece. This painting is on display at the museum in the Country Music Hall of Fame Rotunda.

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American Letterpress: The Art of Hatch Show Print

Preservation through production is the moto of Jim Sherradan, manager of Hatch Show Print. Watch as Jim and his staff carry this moto out on a daily basis and learn more about the importance of this historic letterpress print shop.

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Flatt & Scruggs Film Preservation

Watch as museum film archivist Kelli Hix walks through the many steps in preserving a historic film. The film being preserved in this video is a historic performance of Flatt & Scruggs on the Grand Ole Opry. This footage dates between 1955-1956 and it some of the earliest performance footage of Flatt & Scruggs.

Songwriter Sessions


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Songwriter Session: Gretchen Peters
March 21, 2009 at 11:30 am

Gretchen Peters wrote "The Chill of an Early Fall" (George Strait); "Independence Day" (Martina McBride); "Inside Out" (Trisha Yearwood with Don Henley); "Let That Pony Run" (Pam Tillis); "My Baby Loves Me" (Martina McBride); "The Secret of Life" (Faith Hill); "When You Love Someone" (Bryan Adams); "You Don't Even Know Who I Am" (Patty Loveless); and songs recorded by Emmylou Harris, George Jones, Bonnie Raitt, Lee Ann Womack, and others. Barry Walsh sat in on piano.

 
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Songwriter Session: Rivers Rutherford
March 28, 2009 at 11:30 am

Rivers Rutherford wrote "Aint Nothing 'Bout You" (Brooks & Dunn); "Homewrecker" (Gretchen Wilson); "I Want To Live" (Josh Gracin); "If You Ever Stop Loving Me" (Montgomery Gentry);  "Real Good Man" (Tim McGraw); "She Don't Tell Me To" (Montgomery Gentry); "When I Get To Where I'm Going" (Brad Paisley); "When the Lights Go Down" (Faith Hill); and songs recorded by Gary Allan, Mark Chesnutt, Andy Griggs, Randy Travis, Travis Tritt, Chely Wright, and others.

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Songwriter Session: Mark Selby, Clay Mills, and Sonny LeMaire

June 6, 2009 at 11:30 am

Mark Selby wrote "I Cry" (Tammy Cochran); "That'd Be Alright" (Alan Jackson); and "There's Your Trouble" (Dixie Chicks). Clay Mills wrote "Beautiful Mess" (Diamond Rio); "Don't Think I Don't Think About It" (Darius Rucker); "I Don't" (Danielle Peck); and "One Day You Will" (Lady Antebellum). Sonny LeMaire wrote "Beautiful Mess" (Diamond Rio); "She's Too Good to Be True" (Charley Pride); and "When She Cries" (Restless Heart). A member of Exile, LeMaire wrote their hits "Crazy for Your Love," "Give Me One More Chance," "Hang on to Your Heart," "I Can't Get Close Enough," "It'll Be Me," and others.

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Songwriter Session: Kent Blazy & Cory Batten (with Karyn Rochelle)

June 20, 2009 at 11:30 am

Kent Blazy wrote "Ain't Going Down (Til the Sun Comes Up)" (Garth Brooks); "Beer Run" (George Jones with Garth Brooks); "Can't Get Enough" (Patty Loveless); "If Tomorrow Never Comes" (Garth Brooks); and songs recorded by Kenny Chesney, Terri Clark, Diamond Rio, Chris LeDoux, Kenny Rogers, and many more. Cory Batten wrote "Is the Grass Any Bluer" (Rhonda Vincent); "She Wouldn't Be Gone" (Blake Shelton); and songs recorded by Brooks & Dunn, Blake Shelton, Chris Young, and others. Blazy and Batten co-wrote "Gettin' You Home" (Chris Young), "I Don't Know What She Said" (Blaine Larsen), "If You Had Called Yesterday" (Julie Roberts), "You Can Let Go" (Crystal Shawanda), and others

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Songwriter Session: Annie Tate and Sam Tate

June 27, 2009 at 11:30 a.m.

Annie Tate and Sam Tate wrote "For the Money" (Montgomery Gentry); "Don't Ruin It for the Rest of Us" (Joe Nichols, Mark Chesnutt); "I Want My Money Back" (Sammy Kershaw); "If You're Going Through Hell" (Rodney Atkins); "Lucky Man" (Emerson Drive); "Moments" (Emerson Drive); "Shut Up and Drive" (Chely Wright); "Somebody" (Reba McEntire); and songs recorded by Gary Allan, Randy Travis, Clay Walker, and others.
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Songwriter Session: Vince Melamed
July 25, 2009 at 11:30 am

Vince Melamed wrote "I'll Take That as a Yes" (Phil Vassar); "She Ain't the Girl for You" (The Kinleys); "She'd Give Anything" (Boy Howdy); "Tell Me What You Dream" (Restless Heart); "Walkaway Joe" (Trisha Yearwood); "What Mattered Most" (Ty Herndon); and songs recorded by Jimmy Buffett, Rosanne Cash, the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band, Pam Tillis, Randy Travis, Tina Turner, and others.

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Songwriter Session: Kelley Lovelace

February 20, 2010 at 11:30 am

Kelley Lovelace wrote "All-American Girl" (Carrie Underwood); "American Saturday Night" (Brad Paisley); "Don't Forget to Remember Me" (Carrie Underwood); "Girls Lie Too" (Terri Clark); "He Didn't Have to Be" (Brad Paisley); "The Impossible" (Joe Nichols); "Ticks" (Brad Paisley); "What's a Guy Gotta Do" (Joe Nichols); "Wrapped Around" (Brad Paisley); and others.

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Songwriter Session: Victoria Shaw

February 27, 2010 at 11:30 am

Victoria Shaw wrote "A Good Man" (Emerson Drive); "Home Is Where the Heart Is" (Lady Antebellum); "I Love the Way You Love Me" (John Michael Montgomery); "Long Gone" (Lady Antebellum); "Myself Without You" (Reba McEntire); "Outside My Window" (Sarah Buxton); "She's Every Woman" (Garth Brooks); "The River" (Garth Brooks); and songs recorded by Eric Church, Billy Ray Cyrus, Faith Hill, Olivia Newton-John, Lorrie Morgan, LeAnn Rimes, Tanya Tucker, Trisha Yearwood, and others.

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Songwriter Session: Gary Burr
March 13, 2010 at 11:30am

Gary Burr wrote "I Try to Think about Elvis" (Patty Loveless); "Love's Been a Little Bit Hard on Me" (Juice Newton); "On the Side of Angels" (LeAnn Rimes); "Outside My Window" (Sarah Buxton); "This Is The Night" (Clay Aiken); "Till You Love Me" (Reba McEntire); "To Be Loved by You" (Wynonna);  "Watch Me" (Lorrie Morgan); and "What Mattered Most" (Ty Herndon).

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Songwriter Session: Brett James
May 15, 2010 at 11:30 am

One of the most successful writers in contemporary country music, Brett James has written hits including "Blessed" (Martina McBride); "Cowboy Casanova" (Carrie Underwood); "It's America" (Rodney Atkins); "Jesus, Take the Wheel" (Carrie Underwood); "The Man I Want to Be" (Chris Young); "Out Last Night" (Kenny Chesney); "The Truth" (Jason Aldean); "When the Sun Goes Down" (Kenny Chesney); and "Who I Am" (Jessica Andrews). James's appearance is part of festivities marking the opening of the museum's newly expanded second floor gallery.

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Songwriter Session: Jimmy Webb
September 11, 2010 at 11:30am

Grammy-winning songwriter Jimmy Webb performs in a special songwriter session. Many of his compositions are American pop standards, including Glen Campbell's 1960s crossover hits "By the Time I Get to Phoenix," "Galveston," and "Wichita Lineman." A member of the Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame, Webb recently released an album of duets, Just Across the River.

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Songwriter Session: Buddy Cannon
October 9, 2010 at 11:30am

Songwriter and multi-platinum record producer Buddy Cannon won CMA Song of the Year honors in 2006 for co-writing "Give It Away" (George Strait). Cannon also penned "Between Jennings and Jones" (Jamey Johnson); "I Believe in You" (Mel Tillis); "I've Come to Expect It from You" (George Strait); "Set 'Em Up Joe" (Vern Gosdin); "She's Not Crying Anymore" (Billy Ray Cyrus); and songs recorded by Alabama, Glen Campbell, Kenny Chesney, George Jones, Craig Morgan, and others.

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Songwriter Session: Steve Dorff and Bobby Tomberlin

A previous Songwriter Session featuring Steve Dorff and Bobby Tomberlin. Dorff has written songs for Mel Tillis, Lee Greenwood, George Strait, and others. Tomberlin has written songs for artists such as Eddy Arnold, Diamond Rio, Faith Hill, and others.

Learn more about Songwriter Sessions

Special programs


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Hank Williams Jr. Interview and Performace
March 29, 2008 at 2:00 p.m.

To mark the opening of the museum's major new exhibit, Family Tradition: The Williams Family Legacy, Co-Presented by SunTrust and Ford Motor Company, Hank Williams Jr. answered questions about his life and career, his father's legacy, and his family's ongoing dedication to creative endeavor. As part of the program, Hank Jr. performed songs from his broad repertoire. Exhibit co-curator Michael McCall conducted the interview.

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Interview and Performance: Jett Williams

April 12, 2008 at 2:00 p.m.

With an upbeat style that echoed her father’s winning charisma, Jett Williams entertained museum guests with stories and songs on Saturday, April 12, 2008. Born five days after her father’s death on January 1, 1953, Jett was adopted first by Hank’s mother, Lillian Stone. When Lillian died two years later, Jett was put up for adoption again, and she would not learn of her true lineage until she became an adult.

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Lecture: Peter Guralnick Discusses Colonel Tom Parker

April 18, 2009 at 1:30 pm

Was the late Colonel Thomas A. Parker a visionary genius or master of exploitation? Music historian Peter Guralnick argues that the answer is both.
Parker was the mysterious, controversial manager who guided Elvis Presley’s career from 1955 on. Before he ever met Presley, though, he had revolutionized the art of management and promotion, particularly in his long association with Eddy Arnold. In this hundredth-anniversary year of the Colonel’s birth, Guralnick discussed Parker's life and career at the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum's Ford Theater. The Massachusetts-based author incorporated rare early images and played the only song Parker ever asked Presley to record. Guralnick has written extensively on American music. His books include the prize-winning two-volume biography of Presley, Last Train to Memphis and Careless Love.

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Concert Fit for a Queen: Laura Cantrell Salutes Kitty Wells
May 9, 2009 at 2:00 pm

Laura Cantrell performed a tribute concert to Kitty Wells in conjunction with the closing of the exhibit Kitty Wells: Queen of Country Music, Presented by Great American Country Television Network.

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Elvis Country: Interview with Elvis Costello
June 15, 2009 at 1:00 pm

Before Elvis Costello sat down for an extended interview at the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum, he attended a surprise party honoring legendary Nashville songwriter Hank Cochran. The British singer savored this twist of fate: just before addressing his career-long interest in country music history, he stood amid several of the genre's towering figures-including Bobby Bare, Cowboy Jack Clement, Dallas Frazier, and Merle Haggard. 

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Holly Williams Interview and Performance

July 3, 2009 at 1:30 pm

Holly Williams combines the sensitivity of a singer-songwriter with the full-tilt swagger of country rock. Granddaughter of the late country music icon Hank Williams, and daughter of influential star Hank Williams Jr., she extends the family tradition by creating bold yet intimately personal songs drawn directly from experience. Her museum performance and interview were presented in connection with the ongoing special exhibition Family Tradition: The Williams Family Legacy, Co-Presented by SunTrust and Ford Motor Company.

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Interview and Performance: Loudon Wainwright III on Charlie Poole
August 1, 2009 at 1:30 p.m.

Singer-songwriter Loudon Wainwright III recorded a double CD, High, Wide & Lonesome: The Charlie Poole Project, examining the life, themes, and repertoire of country music pioneer Charlie Poole. The set contains both songs from Poole's repertoire and original compositions, inspired by North Carolina native Poole, who died in 1931 at age thirty-nine. In the program, Wainwright, accompanied by David Mansfield and Chaim Tannenbaum, performed songs from the new CD and talked about Poole and how the project came about.

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Louise Scruggs Memorial Forum Interview: Mary Martin
November 17, 2010 at 6:00pm

Mary Martin stepped from the backstage green room to take a seat in the front row of the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum's Ford Theater just moments before the start of the third annual Louise Scruggs Memorial Forum, in which a veteran female music executive is honored for her indelible impact on Nashville and American music. Upon seeing her, the audience rose in a spontaneous standing ovation for Martin, the night's honoree. The packed crowd didn't want to wait for a formal introduction to express their love and respect for the former record executive and talent manager.

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Riders in the Sky Salute the Singing Cowboy

April 03, 2010 at 2:00 pm

Riders in the Sky pay tribute to the golden age of the silver screen with a ninety-minute, mixed-media presentation featuring extremely rare film clips from the 1930s and '40s, live performances of classic music of the era, and trademark humor. In a historical overview, the group explores the rise and heyday of the singing cowboy phenomenon. Education and entertainment ... it's the cowboy way!

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Words & Music 2010

April 27, 2010 at 6:30 pm

Young songwriters filled the Country Music Hall of Fame® and Museum's Ford Theater with songs about unity, Ping-Pong, pets, toast and more on Tuesday, April 27, 2010 during the annual Words & Music Night. This year's event was made possible by Ford Motor Company Fund and the ASCAP Foundation. Middle Tennessee students performed their original songs accompanied by professional songwriters who volunteer their time during the annual event and throughout the year. This year's Words & Music Night was hosted by hit Nashville songsmiths Kent Blazy and Cory Batten. The evening featured songs written by Tennessee students throughout the 2009-10 school year.

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May 2010 Medallion Ceremony - Red Carpet Interviews
May 23, 2010

Ferlin Husky and Billy Sherrill were honored with official induction into the Country Music Hall of Fame. Dallas Frazier, Millie Kirkham, The Jordanaires, Shelby Lynne, Ronnie McDowell, Ronnie Milsap, Craig Morgan, Ricky Skaggs, The Whites, Webb Wilder, Lee Ann Womack were among the all-star cast paying tribute.
One is a compelling vocalist and consummate showman with an outgoing, sometimes outrageous personality that glowed on stage and on camera; the other is a reserved, reclusive wizard who quietly created magic with his songwriting and his stylistic grandeur as a record producer. As different as they are, Ferlin Husky and Billy Sherrill both helped modernize country music in the post-rock era, ultimately prodding the genre to grow in popularity and artistic sweep. For those lasting efforts, Husky and Sherrill were welcomed into the Country Music Hall of Fame in a near two-hour Medallion Ceremony on May 23.

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Interview: The Statler Brothers
June 03, 2010 at 12:00pm

Country Music Hall of Fame members the Statler Brothers-Phil Balsley, Jimmy Fortune, Don Reid, and Harold Reid- reviewed their career and talked about the artifacts in a new spotlight exhibit. Among the items displayed are the band's humble first PA system; an outfit worn by Harold Reid's alter ego, Lester "Roadhog" Moran; and a box of Statler tissues, the brand that gave the band its name. The Statlers scored more than thirty Top Ten hits beginning with "Flowers on the Wall" (1965-66) and continuing through "More Than a Name on a Wall" (1989). The program also included an audience question-and-answer session.

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Brenda Lee: Career Highlights


The Country Music Hall of Fame® and Museum honored one of American music's most gifted and beloved stars, Brenda Lee, in Brenda Lee: Dynamite, Presented by Great American Country Television Network, a biographical exhibit which ran from August 7, 2009 through June 13, 2010. Born Brenda Mae Tarpley on December 11, 1944, Lee achieved success in numerous genres, decades and continents during her ground-breaking career. Her indelible contributions to American music - from the rockabilly-infused "Dynamite" to the classic ballad "I'm Sorry" and the holiday standard "Rockin' Around the Christmas Tree" - were acknowledged formally with her inductions into both the Country and Rock and Roll Halls of Fame.
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Panel discussion and performance: Right by Her Roots: Female Singer-Songwriters and What Lies Beneath, with Jewly Hight, Elizabeth Cook, Mary Gauthier, and Abigail Washburn
September 08, 2010 at 8:00pm

Writer-author Jewly Hight leads a discussion with Elizabeth Cook, Mary Gauthier, and Abigail Washburn, singer-songwriters profiled in Hight's forthcoming book, Right by Her Roots: Americana Women and Their Songs (Baylor University Press, 2011). The guests will swap songs and stories about roots music and musical inspirations, offering a rare glimpse into deeply personal, even spiritual territory.

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Interview: Wanda Jackson
September 10, 2010 at 12:00pm

Wanda Jackson, the Queen of Rockabilly, will review her pioneering career and talk about her upcoming album, The Party Ain't Over, produced by Jack White. Selections from the new album, due early 2011, will be previewed. Vintage audio, video, and photos will illustrate the interview. Jackson was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame last year on the strength of high-octane rockabilly classics such as "Let's Have a Party," "Mean, Mean Man," and "Fujiyama Mama." She attracted mainstream country audiences with "Right or Wrong," "In the Middle of a Heartache," and other sixties chart hits.

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Interview and Performance: Marshall Chapman discusses They Came to Nashville
October 30, 2010 at 1:30pm

Chapman's second book, They Came to Nashville, features the music veteran interviewing fifteen singer-songwriters whose lives also were changed by Music City U.S.A. To celebrate the launch of the book, which was published by the Country Music Foundation Press and Vanderbilt University Press, the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum hosted a program on October 30 honoring Chapman.

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Interview and Performance: Hilary Williams
November 6, 2010 at 1:30 pm

Hilary Williams shared her memories with museum staffer Michael McCall-co-curator of the exhibit Family Tradition: The Williams Family Legacy, Presented by SunTrust-and a capacity audience in the museum's Ford Theater. The program celebrated publication of Williams's just-published memoir, Sign of Life: A Story of Family, Tragedy, Music, and Healing. McCall asked Hilary to recall that day, and she was off.

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Louise Scruggs Memorial Forum Interview: Bonnie Garner
November 16, 2010 at 6:00pm

In her long and distinguished career in the entertainment business, Bonnie Garner made sure the spotlight was on the artists, not on her. Turning the tables, the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum honored the former record executive and artist manager during the fourth annual Louise Scruggs Memorial Forum.


Historical Performance Videos


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Alabama - "Old Flame"April 1, 1981
Country Comes Home

Video Placeholder for: Barbara Mandrell "Sleeping Single in a Double Bed" Play Video
 

Barbara Mandrell - "Sleeping Single in a Double Bed"
Circa 1979
Country Superstars of the Seventies

Video Placeholder for: Bill Anderson "No One's Gonna Hurt You Anymore" Play Video
 

Bill Anderson - "No One's Gonna Hurt You Anymore"
Circa 1967
The Bill Anderson Show

Video Placeholder for: Bill Monroe "Blue Moon of Kentucky" Play Video
 

Bill Monroe - "Blue Moon of Kentucky"
January 22, 1978
50 Years of Country Music

Video Placeholder for: Bob Wills with Cecil Brower "Fiddle Breakdown" Play Video
 

Bob Wills with Cecil Brower - "Fiddle Breakdown"
June 27, 1959
Jubilee U.S.A.

Video Placeholder for: Bobby Bare "Marie Laveau" Play Video
 

Bobby Bare - "Marie Laveau"
May 23, 1978
Country Night of Stars

Video Placeholder for: Brenda Lee "Jambalaya" Play Video
 

Brenda Lee - "Jambalaya"
April 9, 1960
Jubilee U.S.A.

Video Placeholder for: Buck Owens "Above and Beyond" Play Video
 

Buck Owens - "Above and Beyond"
April 2, 1960
Jubilee U.S.A.

Video Placeholder for: Carl Smith "You Are The One" Play Video
 

Carl Smith - "You Are the One"
Jubilee U.S.A.

Video Placeholder for: Charley Pride "Kiss an Angel Good Mornin'" Play Video
 
Charley Pride - "Kiss An Angel Good Mornin'"
May 23, 1978
Country Night of Stars
Video Placeholder for: Charlie Rich "The Most Beautiful Girl" Play Video
 

Charlie Rich - " The Most Beautiful Girl"
Circa 1979
Country Superstars of the Seventies
Video Placeholder for: Chet Atkins "Black Mountain Rag" Play Video
 

Chet Atkins - "Black Mountain Rag"
Country Style, U.S.A.

Video Placeholder for: Crystal Gayle "Don't It Make My Brown Eyes Blue" Play Video
 
Crystal Gayle - "Don't It Make My Brown Eyes Blue"
May 30, 1978
Country Night of Stars Part 2
Video Placeholder for: Dolly Parton "Coat of Many Colors" Play Video
 
Dolly Parton - "Coat of Many Colors"
Circa 1979
Country Superstars of the Seventies
Video Placeholder for: Dolly Parton "Jolene" Play Video
 

Dolly Parton - "Jolene"
January 22, 1978
50 Years of Country Music

Video Placeholder for: Don Gibson "Oh Lonesome Me" Play Video
 

Don Gibson - "Oh Lonesome Me"
Country Style, U.S.A.
Video Placeholder for: Eddie Rabbitt "You Don't Love Me Anymore" Play Video
 


Eddie Rabbitt - "You Don't Love Me Anymore"
Circa 1979
Country Superstars of the Seventies

Video Placeholder for: Eddy Arnold "I'll Hold You in My Heart (Till I Can Hold You in My Arms)" Play Video
 
Eddy Arnold - "I'll Hold You In My Heart (Till I Can Hold You In My Arms)"
Circa 1958
Country Style, U.S.A.
Video Placeholder for: Eddy Arnold "Anytime" Play Video
 
Eddy Arnold - "Anytime"
Circa 1958
Country Style, U.S.A.
Video Placeholder for: Eddy Arnold "The Cattle Call" Play Video
 

Eddy Arnold - "The Cattle Call"
August 1, 1959
Jubilee U.S.A.

Video Placeholder for: Floyd Tillman "Slipping Around" Play Video
 
Floyd Tillman - "Slipping Around"
Country Style, U.S.A
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Video Placeholder for: Gene Autry "Back in the Saddle Again" Play Video
 


Gene Autry - "Back In The Saddle Again"

September 10, 1960
Jubilee U.S.A.

Video Placeholder for: George Jones "He Stopped Loving Her Today" Play Video
 

George Jones - "He Stopped Loving Her Today"
April 1, 1981
Country Comes Home

Video Placeholder for: George Morgan "Candy Kisses" Play Video
 

George Morgan - "Candy Kisses"
Country Style, U.S.A.

Video Placeholder for: Glen Campbell "Rhinestone Cowboy" Play Video
 
Glen Campbell - "Rhinestone Cowboy"
January 22, 1978
50 Years of Country Music
Video Placeholder for: Jack Clement "When I Dream" Play Video
 
Jack Clement - "When I Dream"
May 8, 1980
Johnny Cash: The First 25 Years
Video Placeholder for: Jeannie C. Riley "Harper Valley P.T.A." Play Video
 

Jeannie C. Riley - "Harper Valley P.T.A."
May 23, 1978
Country Night of Stars

Video Placeholder for: Jim Reeves "Four Walls" Play Video
 


Jim Reeves - "Four Walls"
Country Style, U.S.A.

Video Placeholder for: Johnny Cash "Big River" Play Video
 

Johnny Cash - "Big River"
August 8, 1959
Town Hall Party

Video Placeholder for: Johnny Cash "I Guess Things Happen that Way" Play Video
 

Johnny Cash - "I Guess Things Happen that Way"
August 8, 1958
Town Hall Party

Video Placeholder for: Johnny Cash "I Walk the Line" Play Video
 
Johnny Cash - "I Walk the Line"
August 8, 1958
Town Hall Party
Video Placeholder for: Johnny Cash "Man in Black" Play Video
 

Johnny Cash - "Man in Black"
May 8, 1980
Johnny Cash: The First 25 Years

Video Placeholder for: Johnny Cash and June Carter Cash "Darling Companion" Play Video
 
Johnny Cash and June Carter Cash - "Darling Companion"
September 12, 1976
Johnny Cash & Friends
Video Placeholder for: Johnny Paycheck "Take this Job and Shove It" Play Video
 
Johnny Paycheck - "Take This Job And Shove It"
May 23, 1978
Country Night of Stars
Video Placeholder for: Kitty Wells "Makin' Believe" Play Video
 

Kitty Wells - "Makin' Believe"
Country Style, U.S.A

Video Placeholder for: Kris Kristofferson with Johnny Cash "Sunday Morning Coming Down" Play Video
 

Kris Kristofferson with Johnny Cash - "Sunday Morning Coming Down"
May 8, 1980
Johnny Cash: The First 25 Years

Video Placeholder for: Larry Gatlin & The Gatlin Brothers "I Just Wish You Were Someone I Love" Play Video
 

Larry Gatlin & The Gatlin Brothers - "I Just Wish You Were Someone I Love"
January 22, 1978
50 Years of Country Music

Video Placeholder for: Lefty Frizzell "If You've Got the Money I've Got the Time" Play Video
 
Lefty Frizzell - "If You've Got the Money I've Got the Time"
October 18, 1958
Town Hall Party
Video Placeholder for: Little Jimmy Dickens "Hannah" Play Video
 

Little Jimmy Dickens - "Hannah"
August 1, 1959
Jubilee USA

Video Placeholder for: Little Jimmy Dickens "Me and My Big Loud Mouth" Play Video
 


Little Jimmy Dickens - "Me and My Big Loud Mouth"

August 1, 1959
Jubilee USA

Video Placeholder for: Marty Robbins "Singing The Blues" Play Video
 


Marty Robbins - "Singing The Blues"
Country Style, U.S.A.

Video Placeholder for: Merle Haggard "Branded Man" Play Video
 
Merle Haggard - "Branded Man"
Circa 1968
Country Music Holiday
Video Placeholder for: Oak Ridge Boys "Elvira" Play Video
 
Oak Ridge Boys - "Elvira"
April 1, 1981
Country Comes Home
Video Placeholder for: Patsy Cline "Lovesick Blues" Play Video
 
Patsy Cline - "Lovesick Blues"
April 27, 1960
Community Jamboree
Video Placeholder for: Pee Wee King "Slow Poke" Play Video
 

Pee Wee King - "Slow Poke"
Country Style, U.S.A.

Video Placeholder for: Porter Wagoner "Satisfied Mind" Play Video
 

Porter Wagoner - "Satisfied Mind"
April 27, 1960
Community Jamboree

Video Placeholder for: Ray Charles with Loretta Lynn "I'll Fly Away" Play Video
 

Ray Charles with Loretta Lynn - "I'll Fly Away"
April 1, 1981
Country Comes Home

Video Placeholder for: Ray Price "City Lights" Play Video
 
Ray Price - "City Lights"
Country Style, U.S.A.
Video Placeholder for: Ray Stevens "The Streak" Play Video
 

Ray Stevens - "The Streak"
Circa 1979
Country Superstars of the Seventies

Video Placeholder for: Red Foley "Chattanooga Shoeshine Boy" Play Video
 

Red Foley - "Chattanooga Shoeshine Boy"
June 20, 1959
Jubilee USA

Video Placeholder for: Roger Miller "King of the Road" Play Video
 
Roger Miller - "King of the Road"
May 30, 1978
Country Night of Stars Part 2
Video Placeholder for: Roy Acuff "Pins and Needles" Play Video
 

Roy Acuff - "Pins and Needles"
Country Style, U.S.A.

Video Placeholder for: Tammy Wynette "Your Good Girl's Gonna Go Bad" Play Video
 

Tammy Wynette - "Your Good Girl's Gonna Go Bad"
September 12, 1976
Johnny Cash & Friends

Video Placeholder for: Tammy Wynette "'Til I Can Make it On My Own" Play Video
 

Tammy Wynette - "Tim I Can Make it On My Own"
Circa 1967
The Bill Anderson Show

Video Placeholder for: Tex Ritter "These Hands" Play Video
 

Tex Ritter - "These Hands"
August 8, 1959
Town Hall Party

Video Placeholder for: Tennessee Ernie Ford "Sixteen Tons" Play Video
 
Tennessee Ernie Ford - "Sixteen Tons"
May 23, 1978
Country Night of Stars
Video Placeholder for: The Jordanaires "In that Great Getting Up Morning" Play Video
 
The Jordanaires - "In That Great Getting Up Morning"
Country Style, U.S.A.
Video Placeholder for: The Statler Brothers "I'll Go to My Grave Loving You" Play Video
 

The Statler Brothers - "I'll Go to My Grave Loving You"
January 22, 1978
50 Years of Country Music

Video Placeholder for: Tom T. Hall "I Love" Play Video
 

Tom T. Hall  - "I Love"
May 23, 1978
Country Night of Stars

Video Placeholder for: Waylon Jennings "Can't You See" Play Video
 

Waylon Jennings - "Can't You See"
September 12, 1976
Johnny Cash & Friends

Video Placeholder for: Waylon Jennings with Johnny Cash "There Ain't No Good Chain Gang" Play Video
 
Waylon Jennings and Johnny Cash - "There Ain't No Good Chain Gang"
May 8, 1980
Johnny Cash: The First 25 Years
Video Placeholder for: Willie Nelson & Keith Richards "We Had it All" Play Video
 
Willie Nelson and Keith Richards - "We Had it All"
Video Placeholder for: Webb Pierce "I Don't Care" Play Video
 

Webb Pierce - "I Don't Care"
Country Style, U.S.A.

Video Placeholder for: Outdoor concert featuring Porter Wagoner, Dolly Parton, and Bill Anderson Play Video
 
Outdoor concert featuring Porter Wagoner, Dolly Parton, and Bill Anderson
Circa 1971
Home Movie Footage

 


 


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