For more than 50 years, the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum has shared the country music story – from its past to present day – through exhibitions, educational programs and publications.
The museum contributes significantly to Nashville’s prosperity, generating an economic impact of more than $81 million in 2019. Additionally, more than 2,300 full-time equivalent jobs were supported by the museum and its audiences, and $8.3 million in revenue was generated for local and state government.
In 2019, nearly 107,000 guests participated in 1,450 hands-on educational programs and more than 40,000 students engaged in museum programs for schools.
Music is a powerful, unifying tool. To inspire creativity and togetherness at this uncertain time, the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum announced that its most popular educational programs, Words & Music at Home and Songwriter Sessions, have been adapted for the general public to access at home via our website and Instagram Live.
- Words & Music at Home Instagram Lives are Thursday at 2 p.m. @OfficialCMHOF.
- Songwriter Sessions on Instagram Live are Thursdays at 8 p.m. @OfficialCMHOF.
- May 12 @ 8:00pm, Brandy Clark, whose compositions include her singles “Bigger Boat,” which features Randy Newman, “Hold My Hand” and “Who You Thought I Was.”
- May 19 @ 8:00pm, Charlie Worsham, whose compositions include “Love You To The Moon” (Kip Moore) and his own singles “Mississippi In July” and “Old Time’s Sake.”
Words & Music at Home: A Step-by-Step Guide to Writing Your Own Song Lyrics, available at any time on the museum’s website. In addition to the new Instagram Live programs, country music fans can explore past museum programs on our Digital Archive section of our website, where they can hear interviews, great music and insightful commentary.
The museum also operates Historic RCA Studio B, the home of 1000 hits; Hatch Show Print, one of the oldest operating letterpress print shop in America; and the CMA Theater at the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum
Learn more: https://countrymusichalloffame.org/