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The exhibit invited visitors to experience three decades of R&B influence in Country Music’s capital city. (106)

Visitors explored the sights and sounds of Nashville, the capital of country music.

The Night Train to Nashville exhibit introduced Country Music Hall of Fame visitors to a little-known aspect of Nashville’s history: The emergence of R&B during the three decades after World War II and its continuing influence on country and rock music.

Organized into six thematic areas, including the Roots of R&B and Country Connections, the exhibit traced the story of Nashville’s musical traditions and social environment. For example, the Country Connections gallery focused on the songwriters and performers who brought R&B to national attention and created strong links to Nashville’s country music community.

Explore more about the exhibit at www.countrymusichalloffame.com

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“It wasn’t just a little thing. It was a complete exhibit of black music in Nashville. They cut no corners and made sure the exhibit and the album were top-notch. They made sure they included everybody.”

Frank Howard

Musician
The Tennessean

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