Events for January 11, 2024 – December 18 – The Birthplace of Country Music
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Ongoing Exhibits

Through text and artifacts, multiple theater experiences, film and sound, and interactive displays, the Birthplace of Country Music Museum shares the story of the 1927 Bristol Sessions recordings, explores how evolving sound technology shaped their success, and highlights how this rich musical heritage lives on in today’s music.

Event Series On the Sunny Side

On the Sunny Side

“On the Sunny Side” is a daily morning program exploring American roots history with varying segments, guests, in studios, and much more. A “this day” in American music history smorgasbord hosted […]

Event Series A.M. Americana

A.M. Americana

Join Josh Littleton every weekday morning from 11am to Noon Eastern for “A.M. Americana” featuring a wide variety of the most recent Americana releases with a healthy blend of bluegrass […]

Event Series Museum Talk

Museum Talk

Do you want to know more about the Birthplace of Country Music Museum’s exhibits and programs? Go behind-the-scenes into the museum vault and learn about how museums work? Get acquainted […]

Event Series Old Kentucky Bound

Old Kentucky Bound

Few states have a deeper, stronger heritage of traditional music than Kentucky. Fiddle and banjo music, ballads, blues, gospel songs, frolic pieces, storytelling, Kentucky has it all. Rich Kirby explores this rich vein, […]

Virtual Story Time featuring When Uncle Took the Fiddle

Join us for the Birthplace of Country Music Museum’s Virtual Story Time! Friday, July 2 our selection will be When Uncle Took the Fiddle by Libba Moore Gray and illustrated by Lloyd Broom, read with permission from Scholastic Books.