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  • Dan Penn • Poets & Prophets, 2010

    In his first-ever interview before a live audience, acclaimed R&B songwriter and record producer Dan Penn talks about his formative years in the music business in Muscle Shoals and Memphis, his songwriting, and his memories of working with Rick Hall, Arthur Alexander, Chips Moman, Spooner Oldham,...

  • Bluegrass Great Stuart Duncan • Nashville Cats 2014

    Country music and bluegrass fiddler Stuart Duncan discusses his life in music with fellow Nashville musician and host Bill Lloyd in this seventy-minute program, which includes vintage photos, film footage, and recordings. Duncan performs two numbers with vocalist-fiddler Alison Krauss and vocalis...

  • Adam Wright • Songwriter Session, 2021

    Singer-songwriter and The Wrights member Adam Wright joins the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum remotely for a 2021 Songwriter Session, sharing insights about the influence of songwriting heroes including Guy Clark and Roger Miller, and performing a mix of songs he’s had recorded by Lee Ann ...

  • Steve Forbert • Live at the Hall, 2021

    Steve Forbert performs solo and discusses his forty-year career as a folk-rock singer and songwriter during this 2021 episode of the Museum's series “Live at the Hall.” Forbert traces his journey from his hometown of Meridien, Mississippi, where he fronted a rock band, to living in New York City,...

  • Steve Forbert Bonus Tracks • Live at the Hall, 2021

    Steve Forbert performed a bonus selection of songs live in Nashville, as part of a 2021 installment of the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum's “Live at the Hall” performance and interview series. Forbert's additional live performances here include: “Rough and Rowdy Ways,” a song from his Gram...

  • Sarah Buxton • Songwriter Session, 2021

    Singer-songwriter Sarah Buxton joins the Museum remotely for a 2021 Songwriter Session, sharing memories of her songwriting education and development and live versions of a mix of her songs, including hits she's written for major country stars (Keith Urban and Lady A among them) and selections fr...

  • ‘Ray Charles: Still Modern’ Panel • Travis Tritt, Shannon Sanders, John Burk

    Country artist Travis Tritt, artist and music industry leader Shannon Sanders, and Concord Records president John Burk explore the impact of Ray Charles’s groundbreaking 1962 album “Modern Sounds in Country and Western Music” during a 2019 panel discussion at the Country Music Hall of Fame and Mu...

  • Mac Gayden • Nashville Cats, 2013

    During this 2013 program, master guitarist and songwriter Mac Gayden reminisces about his influential career—which includes decades of laying down licks for countless pop, country, and R&B recordings, and co-writing multi-genre, multi-decade hit "Everlasting Love"—and performs a selection of song...

  • Waylon Payne • Songwriter Session, 2021

    During a 2021 interview and performance, singer-songwriter Waylon Payne discusses the road to sobriety that led to his critically acclaimed 2020 album, "Blue Eyes, The Harlot, The Queer, The Pusher & Me," and performs five of its songs live.

    The son of country musicians Sammi Smith (who sang the...

  • Del McCoury Band, Amythyst Kiah Celebrate Dorothea Lange’s Photography, 2019

    Grammy-winning bluegrass group the Del McCoury Band and Americana singer-songwriter Amythyst Kiah perform songs inspired by Dorothea Lange’s photography during a 2019 concert at the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum.

    Kiah, of the supergroup Our Native Daughters, performs a carefully selected...

  • Alex Hall and Tenille Townes • Songwriter Session, 2021

    Singer-songwriters Alex Hall and Tenille Townes joined the Museum remotely for a Songwriter Session in February 2021, sharing live performances and thoughts about the art and craft of songwriting. Hall's debut EP, "Six Strings," features a collection of well-known collaborators, including Vince G...

  • First Ladies of Bluegrass in Concert, 2019

    The First Ladies of Bluegrass—Alison Brown, Becky Buller, Sierra Hull, Missy Raines, and Molly Tuttle—share the stage at the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum’s CMA Theater during this 2019 concert, a rare collective performance from the first women to win the International Bluegrass Music As...

  • Victoria Banks • Songwriter Session, 2020

    During this 2020 Songwriter Session, veteran Nashville songwriter Victoria Banks—whose work has been recorded by artists including Lauren Alaina, Sara Evans, and Carly Pearce—shares some of her songwriting wisdom and performs six of her songs, including "What Are You Gonna Tell Her?", the groundb...

  • Duane Eddy Songs and Interview • Nashville Cats, 2016

    Rock & roll guitar great Duane Eddy reminisces about his career and performs five of his classic songs during this February 2016 program at the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum, part of the Nashville Cats series, recognizing musicians and session singers whose careers have made an indelible ...

  • Andy May and Curtis McPeake • Musician Spotlight, 2019

    During this 2019 program, Nashville session musician Curtis McPeake and folk singer-songwriter Andy May share stories and perform old-time and bluegrass tunes including “Leather Britches” and “Sweet Sunny South,” as part of the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum’s Musician Spotlight series.

    B...

  • Miranda Lambert Hits with Nicolle Gaylon, Natalie Hemby, and Jimmy Robbins

    During a May 2014 Songwriter Round, Nicolle Galyon, Natalie Hemby, and Jimmy Robbins perform a mix of Miranda Lambert hits—songs they’ve written with and for the country star—along with tracks they’ve had cut by other artists. Work by all three songwriters appears on Lambert's album "Platinum," r...

  • Earth Day 2021

    Preserve. Sustain. Our Music. Our Earth.

  • Gretchen Peters • Poets and Prophets, 2015

    Songwriter Gretchen Peters shares live songs and stories from her award-winning career during this January 2015 program at the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum, part of the ongoing Poets and Prophets series, which spotlights songwriters who’ve made significant contributions to the country mu...

  • Jerry Reed Tribute Concert, 2012

    During this 2012 concert, friends and disciples of the late Jerry Reed gather to perform the singer, songwriter, master guitarist, and Country Music Hall of Fame member's original songs and covers that he interpreted with his signature finger-picking style. Guests include Thom Bresh, Craig Dobbin...

  • The Nashville Cats in Concert

    Original Nashville Cats David Briggs, Mac Gayden, Lloyd Green, Kenny Malone, Wayne Moss, and Norbert Putnam, led by Country Music Hall of Fame member Charlie McCoy, come back together for a 2015 concert celebrating an influential musical era and its two pivotal stars, Bob Dylan and Johnny Cash. T...

  • Natalie Hemby • Songwriter Session, 2017

    Songwriter Natalie Hemby performs her #1 hits, personal favorites, and cuts from her album “Puxico” during this 2017 Songwriter Session at the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum.

    Hemby opens with "You Look Like I Need a Drink," a #1 hit recorded by Justin Moore, and over the course of the pr...

  • Lillie Mae • Musician Spotlight, 2018

    Americana artist Lillie Mae performs live and answers audience questions during this December 2018 Musician Spotlight, held at the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum. She is accompanied by three siblings, sister McKenna Grace Rische on acoustic guitar, sister Scarlett Rische on mandolin, and b...

  • RaeLynn with Nicolle Galyon • Songwriter Session, 2017

    Recording artist RaeLynn and songwriter Nicolle Galyon perform a selection of songs during this July 2017 Songwriter Session, held at the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum four months after RaeLynn released her Galyon-co-produced debut album, “Wildhorse.”

    During the performance, RaeLynn shar...

  • Ricky Skaggs Interview and Performance, 2017

    Ricky Skaggs traces his journey from child mandolin prodigy to country and bluegrass stardom during this interview, hosted on May 13, 2017, at the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum.

    The program begins with a video of Skaggs, at age seven, performing on Lester Flatt and Earl Scruggs' televis...