Country Music Hall of Fame Featured in an Article in Cowboys & Indians Magazine

The Country Music Hall of Fame was recently featured in the new issue Cowboys & Indians.  The article entitled, Country’s Hallowed Hall, written by Hunter Hauk, starts off by saying that he came to Nashville this past June to attend the CMA Music Festival, and just happened to duck into the Country Music Hall of Fame to escape the high temperatures and cool off, so he signed up for a tour.  “Three hours later, I felt like a different person — not from prolonged access to air conditioning, but from taking an enlightening, stimulating walk through the history of country music. I didn’t want to leave. “

“Hundreds of thousands of country music artifacts and documents make up the museum’s collection, which moved in 2001 from an oversize barnlike building on Music Row to a gleaming complex at Fifth and Demonbreun. The move gave museum staff the chance to reorganize and provide dedicated spaces for the historical archives, exhibited materials, and Hall of Fame plaques.”

Tuck-Hinton Architects designed the Country Music Hall of Fame, and is currently working on the expansion.

Check out this link to see this article in full,