Country Music Hall Of Fame And Museum Unveils 'Keith Urban So Far'
October 29, 2015 at 8:21 AM (PT)
It’s been quite a career in Country music for CAPITOL NASHVILLE's KEITH URBAN, and now the COUNTRY MUSIC HALL OF FAME AND MUSEUM is set to chronicle his success with an exhibition called, “KEITH URBAN SO FAR,” opening FRIDAY NOVEMBER 20th.
Running through MAY, 2016, the display will follow URBAN’s journey to NASHVILLE, and feature priceless memorabilia form his personal collection, including his 1989 FENDER Custom Shop 40th Anniversary Telecaster “CLARENCE” and LEVINSON BLADE electric guitar played by URBAN on his first #1 song, “But For The Grace of GOD.” Handwritten song manuscripts, awards, and other documents from URBAN’s scrapbooks of his childhood and teens will also be included. In addition, the exhibit will emphasize his passionate commitment to music education and the arts.
“This exhibit allows the museum to highlight the career of one of Country music’s top entertainers today,” said CMHOF SVP/Museum Services, CAROLYN TATE. “KEITH URBAN is a tremendously talented artist, and we’re thrilled to share the story of his hard-earned success with our visitors." More information here.