Carrie Underwood, Luke Combs & more featured in Country Music Hall of Fame's "American Currents" exhibit

Carrie Underwood, Luke Combs, Eric Church & more featured in Country Music Hall of Fame’s “American Currents” exhibit

The Country Music Hall of Fame® and Museum will offer insight into country music’s latest chapter with the opening of its first exhibition of 2020, American Currents: State of the Music, on Friday, March 6, 2020. The exhibit runs through Feb. 7, 2021.

Now an annual offering, American Currents: State of the Music represents the ongoing research, analysis, vigorous debate, and yes, even argument, among curators and museum staff to determine the most important developments in country music over the previous year.

“Each year brings new components to the country music story, and 2019 was no different,” said Kyle Young, CEO, Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum. “Last year, we witnessed unprecedented collaborations, record-breaking chart success and the continued evolution of the genre, reaching a broader audience. American Currents allows us to highlight these moments and share their significance in country music history.”

Those featured in American Currents: State of the Music are artists, musicians and songwriters who have shaped today’s country music story. Those included in this year’s exhibition are: Jason AldeanKelsea BalleriniBlanco BrownBrandi CarlileEric ChurchLuke CombsBilly Ray CyrusJenee FleenorFlorida Georgia Line, Country Music Hall of Fame member Tom T. Hall, The Highwomen, Lil Nas X, Hillary LindseyMaren MorrisKacey MusgravesJohn PrineChris StapletonTanya TuckerCarrie Underwood and Morgan Wallen.     

The exhibit also features the Unbroken Circle, which illustrates the connection between country music’s past, present and future by sharing the stories of today’s artists and those who have influenced them. Included in this part of the exhibit are Erin Enderlin and Country Music Hall of Fame member Reba McEntireCody Johnson and Chris LeDouxBilly Strings and Jerry DouglasTenille Townes and Patty Griffin; and Yola and Country Music Hall of Fame member Dolly Parton.

For more information about American Currents: State of the Music, visit www.CountryMusicHallofFame.org.

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