Country Music Hall Of Fame And Museum Announces 'Luke Bryan: Dirt Road Diary' Exhibit
March 11, 2015 at 8:51 AM (PT)
The COUNTRY MUSIC HALL OF FAME AND MUSEUM will open "LUKE BRYAN: DIRT ROAD DIARY" on FRIDAY, MAY 22nd and have it run through SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 8th.
The exhibition will examine the singer-songwriter’s roots and rise to stardom. Since beginning his music career in the mid-2000s, BRYAN has gone from co-writing songs for other artists to selling millions of records, filling concert arenas, and receiving prestigious music awards. With an emphasis on his phenomenal success in 2014, the exhibit will also look back at his life, from growing up the son of a peanut farmer in south GEORGIA to his leap-of-faith move to NASHVILLE. Fans will see stage clothes, instruments, awards, photos, and other unique memorabilia from BRYAN’s personal collection.
“I remember bringing my parents to visit the museum and dreaming of something like this one day," said BRYAN. "Now to have an exhibit about my life that my family, friends, and fans can come and see is just so cool."
BRYAN first announced plans for the exhibit during a press conference in JANUARY (NET NEWS 1/21).