Outlaw Country Exhibit: 12 Most Badass Items at Country Hall of Fame's New Showcase

From Willie Nelson's well-worn sneakers to Bobby Bare's mink-skull hat, the must-see artifacts at the 'Outlaws & Armadillos' exhibit in Nashville

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Jessi Colter's Suede Dress
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Jessi Colter's Suede Dress

The influence of the first lady of outlaw country, Jessi Colter, is felt throughout the exhibit in interviews, photos and in two distinct fashions. She sported this suede blouse and skirt on the cover of That's the Way a Cowboy Rocks and Rolls, her 1978 album produced by husband Waylon Jennings and his longtime drummer Richie Albright. The dress she wore for the eye-catching album art to her 1975 LP I'm Jessi Colter is also on display.

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