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5 Upcoming Events at the Country Music Hall of Fame

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Check out these upcoming events at the Country Music Hall of Fame.

Remember all events are free with admission to the museum and free to museum members, except as noted.

Hatch Show Print Block Party 

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Friday, January 31 9:30am – 11:30am

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Revel in the creative atmosphere of Hatch Show Print as you work with the shop’s image blocks and ink to create a design that you can hand-print onto paper, a tote bag, or a t-shirt. Cost is $60 per adult

No experience necessary. All materials provided, but you may bring your own t-shirt. The program is conducted by Hatch Show Print.

Register here.

Film: Johnny Cash And Friends

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Sunday, Feb 2 11a – 12p

Johnny Cash and Friends was a television special that aired for four weeks on CBS during August and September of 1976 as a revival of the popular Johnny Cash Show, which aired on ABC from 1969-71. Johnny Cash and Friends was filmed at the newly constructed Grand Ole Opry House. Performance highlights from this episode include Cash and Charley Pride performing “Guess Things Happen That Way,” Jessi Colter and Waylon Jennings performing “You Hung the Moon (Didn’t You Waylon?),” and comedic skits from Steve Martin and Jim Varney. Fifty minutes. Ford Theater.

 Film: All-Star Bluegrass Celebration

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Sunday, February 9, 11a – 12p

This concert, originally taped for PBS, was filmed at the Ryman Auditorium in 2002. Host Ricky Skaggs welcomes performers to the stage and narrates educational segments about bluegrass trailblazers Bill Monroe, Earl Scruggs, and Ralph Stanley. Performance highlights include Vince Gill’s “Holy Unto the Lord,” Patty Loveless and Ricky Skaggs’s “Daniel Prayed,” and the Del McCoury Band’s “1952 Vincent Black Lightning.” Fifty-five minutes. Ford Theater. Included with museum admission. Free to museum members.

 

Creative Zone: Make an Outlaw Bandana

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Sunday, February 16, 10a – 1p

Willie Nelson is known not only for his music, but also for his signature look, which includes a bandana and long hair that is often braided. Explore the style of the Outlaws, then customize your own bandana–the perfect look for getting on the road and making music with your friends.

Film: The Jimmy Dean Show

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Sunday, February 23, 11a – 12p

The Jimmy Dean Show was a weekly variety show, hosted by Country Music Hall of Fame member Jimmy Dean, that aired on ABC for three seasons. This episode features performances by Country Music Hall of Fame members Chet Atkins, Floyd Cramer, Minnie Pearl, and Ernest Tubb. The episode also includes commercials that aired during the original broadcast. Fifty-seven minutes. Ford Theater.

See the complete calendar of events here.

Donna Vissman
Donna Vissman
Music fanatic. Event attendee. Prone to fits of large coffee consumption. Always looking for the perfect pair of jeans.
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