Two New Exhibits at Hall of Fame

The Country Music Hall of Fameand Museum in Nashville will unveil two special spotlight exhibits in the next two weeks.

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The first is dedicated to music icon Johnny Cash and will open Tuesday, Sept. 30. Johnny Cash: Man in Black, will be located on the third floor in the heart of the Museum’s core exhibition. Among the artifacts on display are a black leather duster designed by famed western outfitter Manuel Cuevas and a briefcase bearing Johnny’s initials. The following week, Oct. 7, the Museum will shine a light on legendary country singer Gene Watson, who had such hits as “Farewell Party” and “Fourteen Carat Mind,” with Gene Watson: Fourteen Carat Voice. Gene’s display features several wardrobes, including a suede cowboy hat with decorative pins. Both exhibits will run through spring 2009.

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