Country Music Hall Of Fame For Free

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• January 27, 2010

CMHOFFor the third consecutive year, The Country Music Hall of Fame® and Museum is partnering with Ford Motor Company Fund to offer free Museum admission on Saturday, January 30. In addition to touring the exhibit galleries, visitors will be able to enjoy two free Songwriter Sessions. The performances, which will take place in the Museum’s Ford Theater, will feature Tim Buppert and Jerry Vandiver at 11:30 AM and an artist TBD at 1:30 PM. The Museum will also offer its Musical Petting Zoo, which allows children a hands-on experience with a variety of musical instruments, at 3 PM in the SunTrust Community Room. The Museum will be open from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

Jim Graham, manager Ford Fund, stated, “Ford Motor Company and the Nashville Area Ford Dealers are pleased to again offer the opportunity to enjoy the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum’s premier educational experiences. This day is part of a long standing commitment to preserving and enhancing Nashville’s important contribution to American history.”

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