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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Live at the Hall
  • Richie Furay Bonus Tracks • Live at the Hall, 2022

    Richie Furay, a founding member of the bands Buffalo Springfield and Poco, performs songs from his career and answers questions from the audience. Part of the Museum’s “Live at the Hall” series, this live performance was recorded on October 1, 2022, and is presented in support of the exhibition “...

  • Richie Furay • Live at the Hall, 2022

    Richie Furay, a founding member of the bands Buffalo Springfield and Poco, performs, shares stories behind the songs he has written, discusses his career, and answers questions from the audience. Part of the Museum’s “Live at the Hall” series, this live performance was recorded on October 1, 2022...

  • THE BLACK OPRY: BONUS TRACKS • LIVE AT THE HALL, 2022

    Recording artists and songwriters the Kentucky Gentlemen, Nikki Morgan, Aaron Vance, and Julie Williams, all involved with the Black Opry, share their songs and the stories behind them. Founded in April 2021 as a digital home for Black Americana music, blues, country, and folk artists and fans, t...

  • Live at the Hall: Kenny Lovelace, “Nashville Cats,” 2022

    Kenny Lovelace, who has been Jerry Lee Lewis’s bandleader and right-hand man, shares stories about his career and his relationship with Lewis in this interview and performance. Lovelace and a small band perform four musical numbers following the interview: “What’s Made Milwaukee Famous (Has Made ...

  • CMT’s Next Women of Country: Bonus Tracks • Live at the Hall, 2022

    Priscilla Block, Ashland Craft, Miko Marks, Lily Rose, and Hailey Whitters—all featured artists in CMT’s Next Women of Country campaign, which highlights up-and-coming female country performers—share their songs and stories behind them.
    Craft performs “Your Momma Still Does,” Marks performs “Feel...

  • CMT’s Next Women of Country: Concert and Conversation • Live at the Hall, 2022

    CMT executive Leslie Fram hosts this showcase and discussion featuring recording artists and songwriters Priscilla Block, Ashland Craft, Miko Marks, Lily Rose, and Hailey Whitters, all involved in the media brand’s Next Women of Country campaign, which highlights up-and-coming female country arti...

  • Cindy Cashdollar • Nashville Cats • Live at the Hall, 2022

    Steel guitarist Cindy Cashdollar performs live and shares stories from her life and career on May 14, 2022, as part of the Museum's Nashville Cats series, which spotlights musicians who have made significant contributions to country music.

    During the program, Cashdollar talks about her life and...

  • Frank Ray • ‘Live at the Hall,’ 2022

    Songwriter and recording artist Frank Ray shares songs and stories in this online episode of “Live at the Hall,” filmed April 23, 2022. The BBR Music Group Recording Artist’s singles include “Country’d Look Good on You,” “Streetlights,” and his 2018 song, “Tequila Mockingbird.” Having grown up in...

  • Exit/In: Fifty Years and Counting • Live at the Hall, 2022

    To celebrate the fiftieth anniversary of the Nashville club, Exit/In, Dianne Davidson, Jason Ringenberg, and Webb Wilder, all artists who performed there regularly, share memories of the legendary venue with the Museum’s Peter Cooper and perform live.

    Part of the Museum’s “Live at the Hall” seri...

  • Bill Anderson Co-Writers Round • Live at the Hall, 2022

    Bobby Tomberlin, Buddy Cannon, and Erin Enderlin share songs behind their co-writes with Country Music Hall of Fame member Bill Anderson in celebration of Anderson’s new exhibit, Bill Anderson: As Far as I Can See. Performances include “Someday It Will All Make Sense,” “Nothing Was Better Than Yo...

  • Bobby Tomberlin, Buddy Cannon, and Erin Enderlin, 'Live at the Hall,' 2022

    Bobby Tomberlin, Buddy Cannon, and Erin Enderlin share songs and stories from their co-writes with Country Music Hall of Fame member Bill Anderson—in celebration of Anderson’s new exhibit, “Bill Anderson: As Far as I Can See.” Performances include chart-toppers such as George Strait’s “Give It Aw...

  • Daniel Tashian and Ian Fitchuk • Live at the Hall, 2022

    Daniel Tashian and Ian Fitchuk, who collaborated with Kacey Musgraves to write and produce both her CMA-, ACM-, and Grammy-winning album “Golden Hour” and her 2021 album, “Star-Crossed,” perform and answer audience questions during this program.
    Part of the Museum’s “Live at the Hall” series, thi...

  • Nicolle Galyon • Live at the Hall, 2022

    Singer-songwriter Nicolle Galyon takes questions from the audience, performs, and tells stories behind a selection of songs she’s written, including chart-toppers like Miranda Lambert’s “Automatic,” Kenny Chesney’s “All The Pretty Girls,” and Dan + Shay’s “Tequila.”
    Part of the Museum’s “Live at ...

  • Florida Georgia Line • Live at the Hall, 2022

    Florida Georgia line takes the stage at the CMA Theater for an interview with the Museum’s Michael Gray, followed by a performance of three of their hits: “Cruise,” “Meant to Be,” and “Long Live.”

    By pushing genre boundaries, Tyler Hubbard and Brian Kelley—the duo known as Florida Georgia Line—h...

  • Suiting the Sound: Jewish Rodeo Tailors of Country Music • Live at the Hall

    Produced and presented in partnership with the Weitzman National Museum of American Jewish History, “Suiting the Sound: Jewish Rodeo Tailors of Country Music,” recorded on January 25, 2022, explores the emergence of the unique “rhinestone cowboy” look in the 1940s and 1950s, largely from the tail...

  • Martina McBride and Friends Songwriter Round • Live at the Hall, 2022

    Martina McBride performs, discusses her creative process, and shares the stories behind her music with songwriters and collaborators Leslie Satcher, husband-and-wife songwriters Chris Lindsey and Aimee Mayo, and Brett Warren, one half of the Warren Brothers with his brother Brad. Part of the Muse...

  • 100 Years: Country Music’s First Commercial Recordings • Live at the Hall, 2022

    One hundred years ago, two champion fiddlers, Eck Robertson of Texas and Henry C. Gilliland of Oklahoma, recorded what are now widely hailed as the first commercial recordings of country music. This interview and performance, recorded on October 28, 2022 as part of the Museum’s “Live at the Hall”...

  • Sister Sadie • Live at the Hall, 2022

    Bluegrass group Sister Sadie performs live and takes questions from the audience during this episode of the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum’s “Live at the Hall” series, recorded on December 19, 2021.

    Band members Deanie Richardson, Gena Britt, Jaelee Roberts, Hasee Ciaccio, and Mary Meyer...

  • Sister Sadie Bonus Tracks • Live at the Hall, 2022

    Award-winning bluegrass group Sister Sadie performs the Merle Haggard classic “The Fugitive" and the gospel traditional “Glory, Glory Hallelujah (Lay My Burden Down)” as Bonus Tracks for their episode of the “Live at the Hall” series.

    The band recorded these performances and their main “Live at ...

  • The Black Opry: Conversation and Performance • Live at the Hall, 2022

    Black Opry founder and co-director Holly G and the Museum’s Angela Stefano Zimmer host this conversation and showcase featuring recording artists and songwriters the Kentucky Gentlemen, Nikki Morgan, Aaron Vance, and Julie Williams, all involved with the Black Opry. Founded in April 2021 as a dig...

  • Ronnie Bowman Bonus Tracks • Live at the Hall, 2022

    Songwriter Ronnie Bowman performs and tells stories behind some of the songs he has written. Part of the Museum’s “Live at the Hall” series, this live performance was recorded on August 6, 2022.
    A long-time co-writer with Chris Stapleton, Bowman performs “Outlaw State of Mind,” a song included o...

  • Caitlyn Smith • Live at the Hall, 2022

    Recording artist and songwriter Caitlyn Smith performs and tells stories behind some of the songs she has written. Part of the Museum’s “Live at the Hall” series, this live performance was recorded on June 11, 2022.
    During the show, Smith talks about moving to Nashville to pursue music, her song...

  • Bill Anderson • Live at the Hall, 2022

    Country Music Hall of Fame member Bill Anderson joins the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum in for an intimate interview and performance, tracing his lauded, decades-long career as a recording artist, songwriter, TV host, and actor.

    Recorded live at the Museum on December 4, 2021, the progra...

  • Elvie Shane • Live at the Hall, 2022

    Recording artist and songwriter Elvie Shane shares stories behind songs from his 2021 debut album “Backslider,” including his breakthrough hit “My Boy” and his latest single, “County Roads.” Shane also performs “I Will Run” and “Miles (with My Mama),” and fields questions from the audience, discu...