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American Currents: State of the Music

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February 2025

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Exhibit Opens February 28

The Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum’s annual exhibition American Currents: State of the Music offers a broad look at country music and its place in American culture over the past year. The latest installment, open now through February 2025, features music and moments from cozy clubs to arena rafters.

Featuring

Oliver Anthony • Kelsea Ballerini • Sam Bush • Tyler Childers • Luke Combs • Jessie Jo Dillon • S.G. Goodman • C.J. Lewandowski • Martina McBride • Megan Moroney • Kacey Musgraves • Nat Myers • Nickel Creek • Joy Oladokun • Bobby Osborne • Jelly Roll • Allison Russell • Shucked: Shane McAnally & Brandy Clark • SistaStrings • Billy Strings • Taylor Swift • The War and Treaty • Molly Tuttle • Kelsey Waldon • Cindy Walker • Morgan Wallen • Hailey Whitters • Lucinda Williams • Lainey Wilson

Opening Weekend Programs

In support of the exhibition’s opening, the Museum will host related programming including a Songwriter Session with Kelsey Waldon on March 2 and a Musician Spotlight with C.J. Lewandowski on March 3.

Songwriter Session: Kelsey Waldon

Saturday, March 2, 2024
12:00 – 12:45 PM | Ford Theater

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Musician Spotlight: C.J. Lewandowski

Sunday, March 3, 2024
1:00 – 1:45 PM | Ford Theater

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Featured Artists

Those recognized in this year’s American Currents: State of the Music are:

Oliver Anthony

Kelsea Ballerini

Sam Bush

Tyler Childers

Luke Combs

Jessie Jo Dillon

S.G. Goodman

C.J. Lewandowski

Martina McBride

Megan Moroney

Kacey Musgraves

Nat Myers

Nickel Creek

Joy Oladokun

Bobby Osborne

Jelly Roll

Allison Russell

Shucked: Shane McAnally & Brandy Clark

SistaStrings

Billy Strings

Taylor Swift

The War and Treaty

Molly Tuttle

Kelsey Waldon

Cindy Walker

Morgan Wallen

Hailey Whitters

Lucinda Williams

Lainey Wilson

Plan Your Visit

The exhibition American Currents: State of the Music runs February 28, 2024, through February 2025 at the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum in downtown Nashville.

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