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Country Music Hall of Fame & Museum Opens New Patty Loveless Exhibition

August 23, 2023 12:01 pm GMT
Last Edited December 19, 2023 9:37 pm GMT

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Patty Loveless is the focus of a brand new Country Music Hall of Fame & Museum exhibition, which serves as a celebration of the country icon's life and career.

Patty Loveless: No Trouble with the Truth, which pays homage to the Grammy-winning artist through an assortment of memorabilia, photographs and more, will run from August 23 to October 2024.

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The new exhibit touches on Patty Loveless’ willingness to experiment throughout her career, as was powerfully demonstrated on her acclaimed 2001 bluegrass-inspired album, Mountain Soul.

With five CMA Awards, two ACM gongs and two Grammys to her name, it's safe to say Patty Loveless has earned her status as one of the all-time greats of the genre. In October 2023, the Kentucky native will be officially inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame.

Attendees visiting the newly opened Patty Loveless: No Trouble with the Truth exhibition will be able to view the original sheet of lyrics for Loveless’ first ever No. 1 hit, ‘Timber I'm Falling in Love’, handwritten by the songsmith behind the hugely popular track, Kostas.

In addition, the Country Music Hall of Fame & Museum showcase will feature a selection of Patty Loveless’ guitars, alongside an assortment of notable outfits, including the USO jacket Loveless wore during her 1988 military base tour of Alaska, Japan and South Korea.

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