Musicians Hall of Fame & Museum is a family-friendly attraction that offers an experience, unlike other Nashville music museums.
The museum is located in the heart of Nashville, Tennessee, USA. It was founded on a deep appreciation for how music is created and how the music industry operates.
This museum is enjoyable for kids and adults. They all have a chance to see some of the historical artifacts from well-known artists.
With expansive exhibits celebrating music’s most influential genres, the Musicians Hall of Fame and Museum brings to life, and into light, hidden gems found throughout music history.
In this episode from the GIBSON TV show ‘The Scene’, founder and CEO Joe Chambers walks us through one mind-blowing artifact after another – drums played by Uriel Jones (Stevie Wonder’s drummer), the sitar played on “Hooked on a Feeling,” the RCA Studio piano played on countless records, and more.
The Musicians Hall of Fame and Museum honors these musicians that you have heard but not necessarily heard of and recognizes them for their contributions to the arts.
For more information, you can click HERE and visit the official website of the museum.