Keith Urban Is Next In Line To Get An Exhibit At The CMHOF Museum

Keith Urban is up next in line to become the newest country artist to have his own exhibit at the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum in Nashville. Keith Urban So Far . . . will open Friday, November 20th. The exhibit which will feature highlights throughout Urban’s career and runs through May of 2016.

Guitars will will no doubt play a huge part in the exhibit, you can’t think of Keith Urban without thinking about him jamming on his guitar! Visitors will be able to get an inside look of Keith’s 1989 Fender 40th Anniversary Telecaster along with many others from his collection.

The exhibit will  feature items from the industry as well as some personal items such as, song manuscripts, photos from the scrapbooks Keith kept as a young man and his numerous awards. Keith’s dedication to music education and to the local arts will also be featured.

This exhibit allows the museum to highlight the career of one of country music’s top entertainers today,” says Carolyn Tate, Senior Vice President of Museum Services, in a press release. “Keith Urban is a tremendously talented artist, and we’re thrilled to share the story of his hard-earned success with our visitors.”

Keith  also announced recently that he will be releasing his eighth studio album titled “Ripcord.” The new album is due out sometime in 2016. It will feature his #1 hit “John Cougar, John Deere, John 3:16” as well as his newly released “Break On Me,” which is sure to be another chart topper.

In addition to Keith Urban, the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum has chosen other country stars like Eric Church,  Luke Bryan and Miranda Lambert as artists for their exhibits.

For more information on the exhibit and the Country Music Hall of Fame Museum, click HERE.


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