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Celebrate country music’s latest chapter at this new exhibition

From Taylor Swift and Allison Russell to Morgan Wallen and Luke Combs, this annual exhibition recognizes some of 2023’s most notable artists.

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The entrance to the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum's "American Currents" exhibition.

Dive into the latest chapter of country music history with “American Currents.”

Photo courtesy of the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum

Prepare to be starstruck. “American Currents: State of the Music” is now open at the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum.

This annual exhibition, running through February 2025, takes a broad look at country music and its place in American culture over the past year.

The latest installment features 29 artists, writers, bands, or performances encompassing some of 2023’s most notable country music moments.

Some of the artifacts on display include:

  • The banjo Billy Strings played in his late teens
  • Jelly Roll’s custom-made patchwork denim jacket
  • A mood board Kacey Musgraves used to write “Slow Burn”

Bonus: to celebrate the exhibition’s opening, the museum is hosting opening weekend programming. Catch Kelsey Waldon’s “Songwriter Session” on Saturday, March 2, and a “Musician Spotlight” with C.J. Lewandowski on Sunday, March 3.

Reserve tickets to “American Currents”

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