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Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum to Host Summer Concert Series

Carter's Chord photo courtesy of Showdog Universal.

The Country Music Hall of Fame® and Museum will host a new summer concert series exclusively for its members. Hot Nights at the Hall will take place monthly with live music, food, autograph signings and access to the Museum and Museum Store. The first show in the series takes place June 17 with a Night Train to Nashville reunion concert featuring the Jimmy Church Band and special guests. Stealing Angels will perform on July 8 and Carter’s Chord on August 5.

“Our members are a vital part of our Museum family, and their contributions directly support our mission,” said Museum Director Kyle Young. “We created Hot Nights at the Hall as a way to say ‘thank you’ to them; we’re excited to offer them a chance to hear some great music, meet the performers, and enjoy our exhibits after hours.”

Each concert runs from 6 – 9pm with the concerts beginning at 7pm The artists will sign autographs after the show. Hot Nights at the Hall is free to all Museum members which can be purchased at the event, by phone or online www.CountryMusicHallofFame.org/HotNights. Memberships include access to all three shows, free admission to the Museum for a year and many more benefits.

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