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42 J U L Y / A U G U S T 2 0 1 6 COUNTRY MUSIC HALL OF FAME N A S H V I L L E , T E N N E S S E E Nashville's Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum should be on the bucket list of any country music lover, alongside a visit to the Ryman Auditorium and a ticket to the Grand Ole Opry. Visitors can tour the museum's exhibits, the Hall of Fame, historic RCA Studio B and the let- terpress printshop Hatch Show Print. "When we have groups here we want to make them feel like stars, too," said Dana Romanelle, group sales manager. e "Star for a Day" experience lets groups record their own single in RCA Studio B, where legends such as Elvis, Dolly Parton and Willie Nelson recorded some of country music's biggest hits. "It's almost overwhelming to stand in front of that microphone and think of all the his- tory that has taken place in that room" said Romanelle. After fi nishing their recording and tour- ing the museum, groups can dine at the Wild Horse Saloon, the museum's on-site restau- rant. ey will be introduced as Nashville's newest recording artists when their music recording is played. Exhibits at the museum cover a broad spectrum of country music history, from classic performers to contemporary hit mak- ers. e current exhibit, "Blake Shelton: Country Music Hall of Fame Both photos courtesy Country Music Hall of Fame Deck the Hall holiday concert series

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