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Rendering of the Songwriters Hall of Fame.

Become a Founding Donor to the Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame, which will be located in the fabulous new Music City Center.

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Members In The News

Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame Member Bill Anderson Premieres New Music Video “Old Army Hat” Worldwide on Veterans Day

Nashville Songwriter’s Hall of Fame Member, Bill Anderson, premiered his new music video “Old Army Hat” on Veterans Day –Tuesday, November 11— exclusively on CMT Pure, CMT.com and the CMT Artists App.

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Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame Member Jim Weatherly To Be Inducted Into Songwriters Hall of Fame June 12

Jim Weatherly, 2006 inductee to the Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame, will be inducted into the Songwriters Hall of Fame June 12, in New York City at the organizations 45th Annual Induction and Awards Dinner.

 

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Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame Member Garth Brooks Announces World Tour for 2014

Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame Member and country icon Garth Brooks announced that he is set to return to the road for a world tour in 2014.

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Be A Part of Nashville Songwriter History

Become a Founding Donor to the Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame, which will be located in the fabulous new Music City Center.

In the spring of 2013, the new Music City Center in downtown Nashville, the grandest convention facility in the Southeast and the largest single building in the state of Tennessee, opens for business. Inside one of its main lobbies will be the Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame, and just outside the gigantic facility at the corner of 5th Avenue and Demonbreun, will be Songwriters Square, a wide pavilion and walkway leading to the Hall of Fame. These locations, along with an Education Center on Music Row planned later with Belmont University, will celebrate and recognize the 188 members of our Hall of Fame, including this year’s inductees who were enshrined on October 7.

While the Music City Center is a public facility, the Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame is being financed with private funds from many sources, led by the Songwriters Foundation board of directors. You too can be part of this historic moment when the Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame changes from a virtual to a physical Hall of Fame, a “place” where people can come to see and hear the men and women who literally have put the music in Music City.

Your fully tax-deductible contribution is needed to make the Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame a reality. Please take a look at the complete details of the project and send your gift of $50, $100, $500 or more. Your name will be listed as a Founding Donor on the new website that will be launched in 2013 shortly after the Hall of Fame opens. You will be part of Nashville songwriting history, and your name will join all the greats: Hank Williams, Dolly Parton, Johnny Cash and many more.

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