Mike Curb to Match Contributions to Musicians Hall of Fame & Museum Through Dec. 31

Mike Curb To Match Contributions To Musicians Hall of Fame & Museum Through Dec. 31 Donate Now NASHVILLE, Tenn. (November 29, 2022) — Linda Chambers, Musicians Hall of Fame & Museum CEO and Co-Founder, and Mike Curb (Owner, Curb & Word Records) announce a matching fundraising campaign to benefit the Musicians Hall of Fame & […]

Don Everly

It’s with great sadness that we announce that we lost an American music Icon today. Don Everly, and brother Phil changed the face of modern music with their angelic harmonies and songwriting. They influenced everyone from The Beach Boys to The Rolling Stones and The Beatles. We here at the Musicians Hall Of Fame were […]

Black History Month At The Musicians Hall Of Fame and Museum

Black History Month at the Musicians Hall of Fame and Museum  In honor of Black History Month, the Musicians Hall of Fame and Museum would like to honor and highlight a handful of the countless significant and influential accomplishments of African Americans in the world of popular music. From the revolutionary Fisk Jubilee Singers, to […]

5 Nashville Attractions To Enjoy with The Kids

Best Nashville Attractions for Families Traveling to Music City with the family? There are a variety of family-friendly Nashville attractions the kids can enjoy as well. The great thing about visiting Nashville is that there’s truly something for everyone, including music lovers, history buffs, sports fans, and nature lovers. If you’re planning a trip to […]

5 Iconic Cities Every Music Lover Should Visit

Iconic Music Cities Over the years, music has played a major role in the development of American society. From the east coast to the west coast, there are iconic music cities around the U.S. that attract music lovers from around the world. With an abundance of history behind each genre, there is always something new […]

50 Facts about Woodstock

50 Facts about Woodstock Besides being the biggest event in music history, Woodstock is also the source of quite a few great stories and folk tales that have been passed down through generations since 1969. While there are a few rumors we can’t verify, Woodstock does have its fair share of fun facts. Here are […]

4 of the Most Iconic Woodstock Artists You Should Know

4 of the Most Iconic Woodstock Artists You Should Know Whether you’re a product of the ‘60s or a proud member of Generation Z, chances are you’re familiar with Woodstock. There’s no denying the power music can have, and when you bring some of history’s most incredible artists together for one event, well it’s no […]

Best Woodstock Performances: 5 Legendary 1969 Woodstock Performances We’ll Never Forget

Best Woodstock Performances: 5 Legendary 1969 Woodstock Performances We’ll Never Forget 5 Most Memorable Woodstock Performances Fifty years later, Woodstock is still remembered as the most iconic music festival in history, and for good reason. Even today’s most popular music festivals like Bonnaroo, Coachella, and Lollapalooza can’t hold a candle to the chance to see […]

History of the GRAMMY Awards

GRAMMY Awards History and Fun Facts The GRAMMY Awards are the most prestigious music award show featured each year. The GRAMMYs are presented by The Recording Academy and recognize musicians of every age and every genre.   When did The GRAMMY Awards start? The GRAMMY Awards, which began as The Gramophone Awards, first took place […]

Museum Founder Joe Chambers remembers Reggie Young

Museum Founder Joe Chambers remembers Reggie Young. It’s hard to know where to start. I don’t really even know how long I’ve known Reggie personally. Musically, for me was the American Studio Recordings probably spun on radio stations WCLS and WDAK AM in Columbus Georgia back in the ’60s and ’70s before moving to Nashville. […]