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Brad Paisley Spotlights Own Guitar Heroes in Country Hall of Fame Exhibit

Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum plots exhibit honoring the hitmaker, his notorious guitar prowess and the heroes who inspire him

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Brad Paisley will soon have his own exhibit at the Country Music Hall of Fame & Museum.

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With his Life Amplified World Tour coming to a close on October 1st, Brad Paisley is looking forward to a different sort of multi-month run: an exhibit at the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum in downtown Nashville.

Announced today, the still-untitled exhibition launches November 18th, shining a light on Paisley’s stage clothes, instruments, performance photographs, awards, personal mementos and childhood artifacts. His talent as a guitarist will serve as a focal point, with multiple artifacts playing up the connection between Paisley and his guitar heroes, including James Burton, Keith Richards and Chet Atkins. Meanwhile, his very first guitar — a Sears Danelectro Silvertone, purchased by his grandfather and passed down to the 8-year-old Paisley as a Christmas gift in 1980 — is already on display at the museum, laying the foundation for the larger exhibit that kicks off in two months.

The exhibit runs until May 14, 2017, with Paisley joining a number of contemporary artists — including Dierks Bentley, Blake Shelton, Carrie Underwood, Keith Urban and Taylor Swift — who’ve received their own career-spanning exhibits at the Country Hall of Fame.

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