Brad Paisley Gets His Own Country Music Hall of Fame Exhibit

Brad Paisley Gets His Own Country Music Hall of Fame Exhibit

Calling all Brad Paisley fans. The singer/songwriter will soon see his life pass before his own eyes when he is honored with a Country Music Hall of Fame exhibit this fall.

Brad’s exhibit will span his career from childhood, where he first performed at age 13 on WWVA’s Jamboree USA to the award-winning artist he has become today, with hits such as “Remind Me,” “Beat this Summer” and “Perfect Storm.”

“There are many who pick up a guitar at a young age with the hope of turning it into a career someday. There are few who stick with it and even fewer who go on to become an award-winning artist such as Brad Paisley,” said Hall of Fame CEO Kyle Young. “We’re thrilled to tell the story of this incredibly talented musician with our latest exhibition.”

Brad Paisley fans will get to see such items as musical instruments, awards, manuscripts, childhood drawings and performance clothing as they are guided through Brad’s life and career.

Brad, whose debut album Who Needs Pictures was released in 1999, has achieved milestones throughout his 15-plus year career, taking home 14 CMA Awards and 14 ACM Awards, having five albums go platinum and writing 20 of his 23 No. 1 hits, including “I”m Gonna Miss This (The Fishin’ Song), “She’s Everything” and “I’m Still a Guy.”

The exhibit opens Nov. 18 and runs through May 14, 2017.

Photo courtesy Bieber PR

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