Based On A True Story: Blake Shelton Gets His Own Exhibit At Country Music Hall Of Fame Museum

Country music phenomenon Blake Shelton will be the subject of a career-spanning exhibition at the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum. “Blake Shelton: Based on a True Story”, which is set to open May 27, 2016.

The exhibit will explore the life and work of one of country music’s most popular and multi-dimensional artists.

I came to Nashville in 1994, and I’ve always been fascinated by the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum,” Shelton said. “I remember the first time I walked in there, I was blown away. To have my own exhibit is more than a dream come true, because I never dreamed it could happen! It’s crazy, is what it is. I couldn’t be more excited or more honored than to be a part of the museum.”

Shelton was destined for stardom and his bold vocals and rugged allure probe it. The exhibition will examine the star’s road to success, from his childhood to his move to Nashville as a teen, and from his multi-platinum recording breakthrough to becoming a national celebrity on NBC’s The Voice, where Shelton has been the coach of four champions over the show’s previous nine seasons.

Bringing his honky-tonk roots to Nashville’s contemporary song craft, he has since grown to be one of America’s most beloved celebrities. A range of artifacts, including stage wear, instruments, song manuscripts, photos, and personal items will help tell the story of Shelton’s struggles and triumphs.

For tickets and more information on “Blake Shelton: Based On A True Story” exhibit, click HERE.

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