The Country Music Hall of Fame has just announced some of their new exhibits for 2018, and they include artists both new and established.
20 years after they formed, Little Big Town will be honored with their own exhibit that examines their steady rise to fame.
"Having an exhibit at the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum is something we wouldn't have ever known to dream of for ourselves, it is beyond a dream come true," Little Big Town member Karen Fairchild said in a statement. "We are honored to be a part of Country music, and are so thankful to all our fans, the music community here in Nashville and the museum for this opportunity."
Although they broke up in 1991, The Judds' music has been influential to a whole new generation of country artists. Wynonna and Naomi Judd's impressive career as a duo will be explored in an exhibit opening in August.
The late Ralph Stanley, who became one of the leading modern purveyors of Appalachian folk music and bluegrass will also get his own exhibit. His lengthy career will be featured in a display that is currently set to open in July.
The incredible career of Emmylou Harris will also be represented by memorabilia and stories from her over 40-year-long career. Starting in October, visitors can travel through her early days alongside Gram Parsons to today.
Beginning in March, American Currents: The Music of 2017 will also be unveiled. The exhibit will feature clothing and memorbilia from the biggest artists of the year. Fans can find features on Eric Church, Luke Combs, Maren Morris and more.
You can find out more about these exhibits the Country Music Hall of Fame here. Check out our 8 must-see attractions at the Country Music Hall of Fame.