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GRAMMY Museum Displays “The Power of Women in Country Music” Exhibit

The GRAMMY Museum will honor women in country music in its upcoming “The Power of Women in Country Music” exhibit.

“The Power of Women in Country Music” Exhibit Will Run For 4 Months

Everyone from international superstars including Dolly Parton, Rosanne Cash, LeAnn Rimes, Shania Twain, and Taylor Swift; to contemporary artists such as Kacey Musgraves, Kelsea Ballerini, Ingrid Andress, and Maren Morris; the GRAMMY Museum’s “The Power Of Women In Country Music” exhibit will highlight country music’s greatest female trendsetters.

The exhibit launches on May 27 and will run through October 2. LeAnn Rimes will have a special appearance to celebrate the new exhibit on May 31. 

“The Power Of Women In Country Music” will take visitors on a journey through the history of women in country music, from the early years and post-World War II, to the emergence of Nashville as a country music mecca, and to female country artists becoming international pop sensations. Above all, the exhibit will feature artifacts or special content from a diverse roster of 70 female country artists. Check out the full list down below!


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The Exhibit Honors Legendary Country Stars

“I was thrilled to have my very own exhibit at the GRAMMY Museum a few years ago,” Dolly Parton said. “They are fantastic at bringing music memorabilia to the fans. So, of course, I wanted to support the Women In Country exhibit. I hope you enjoy a little glimpse into my world, from one country fan to another.”

“It’s humbling to be included in the Women In Country exhibition alongside such powerful and impactful female artists,” LeAnn Rimes added. “This also couldn’t be better timing to highlight items from some of my most memorable moments as this year marks my 25th anniversary in the industry. It’s wild to think how quickly time goes by when you’re doing something you truly love!” 

Tickets for Museum members are on sale now and the general public will have access to them starting on April 30. For more information and tickets, click here.

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