Live at the Hall

Live at the Hall

"Live at the Hall" is a weekly online program series that features interviews and performances from a musically and culturally diverse roster of country music creators. The insight and expertise of songwriters, musicians, recording artists, scholars, and music industry leaders is explored through conversation with Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum staff and audiences. Live at the Hall takes viewers inside the creative process and behind the scenes to learn how music makers have shaped American culture over the past century.

Tune in here Tuesdays at 7:00 PM CT for new "Live at the Hall" episodes and bonus performances, and follow @OfficialCMHOF on Instagram for new, live audience Q&As, starting most Tuesday nights at 8:00.

"Live at the Hall" is underwritten in part by the Ford Motor Company Fund. All Museum programs are funded in part by grants from the Metropolitan Nashville Arts Commission and Tennessee Arts Commission.

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  • 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...

  • Tammy Rogers • Live at the Hall, 2021

    Grammy-winning fiddle player, vocalist, and songwriter Tammy Rogers performs two songs and talks about her wide-ranging career as a studio and road musician and as a recording artist in an interview with the Museum’s Peter Cooper. An important contributor to country and bluegrass recordings since...

  • Tammy Rogers Bonus Tracks • Live at the Hall, 2021

    Tammy Rogers—multi-instrumentalist, singer-songwriter, and founding member of the Grammy award-winning bluegrass group the SteelDrivers—shares live songs as bonus tracks for her 2021 “Live at the Hall” episode with the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum.

    On mandolin, she shares her compositio...

  • Allison Russell • Live at the Hall, 2021

    As part of the Museum’s series “Live at the Hall,” singer, songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist Allison Russell discusses the circumstances that led to her first solo album, “Outside Child,” and performs “Nightflyer” and “Persephone” with accompaniment from cellist Larissa Maestro.

    Russell’s so...

  • Allison Russell Bonus Tracks • Live at the Hall, 2021

    Allison Russell performs a selection of bonus songs as part of the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum’s “Live at the Hall” series. Here, accompanied by Larissa Maestro on cello, Russell shares live versions of “You’re Not Alone,” written for her daughter Ida and recorded for 2019’s “Songs of O...

  • John Hiatt and Jerry Douglas • Live at the Hall, 2021

    John Hiatt and Jerry Douglas, masters of American music, sit down for a conversation with the Museum’s Peter Cooper about their collaborative 2021 album, "Leftover Feelings," recorded with the Jerry Douglas Band at Historic RCA Studio B, which is operated by the Country Music Hall of Fame and Mus...

  • John Hiatt and Jerry Douglas Bonus Tracks • Live at the Hall, 2021

    John Hiatt and Jerry Douglas perform “Long Black Electric Cadillac” and “Changes in My Mind,” both from their 2021 collaborative album “Leftover Feelings," as bonus tracks for their episode of the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum’s “Live at the Hall” series.

    During the full “Live at the Hal...

  • Jason Ringenberg • Live at the Hall, 2021

    Jason Ringenberg—frontman for the incendiary Nashville country-rock band Jason & the Scorchers—performs two songs and spins tales from his decades with the Scorchers and as a solo act in an interview with the Museum’s Peter Cooper. Ringenberg talks about his songwriting process and offers wisdom ...

  • Jason Ringenberg Bonus Tracks • Live at the Hall, 2021

    Jason Ringenberg performs a selection of bonus songs as part of the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum’s “Live at the Hall” series, including “Harvest Moon” (originally recorded by Jason & the Scorchers on their 1993 EP “Fervor”) and “You Win Again,” a song included on Ringenberg’s 2021 solo a...

  • Tommy Emmanuel, Rob Ickes, and Trey Hensley • Live at the Hall, 2021

    Master musicians Tommy Emmanuel, Rob Ickes, and Trey Hensley gather in the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum’s CMA Theater for a performance and discussion. Emmanuel, Ickes, and Hensley open the program with a performance of “Flatt Did It,” and close with “Copper Kettle.”

    Tommy Emmanuel, wh...

  • Tommy Emmanuel, Rob Ickes, and Trey Hensley Bonus Tracks • Live at the Hall 2021

    Tommy Emmanuel, Rob Ickes, and Trey Hensley performed a selection of bonus songs as part of the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum’s “Live at the Hall” performance and interview series. Here, Emmanuel and Hensley performed “Raz-Ma-Taz Polka,” originally written and recorded by Buck Owens, and ...