The exhibit, which runs through January 1, 2023, showcases the duo’s music and career, from meeting in college, to their fast-rise to fame.
Highlights of the exhibition include instruments, awards, stage and screen costumes, and personal artifacts such as a saxophone Hubbard played as a child, the ball cap Brian Kelley wore when playing on his high school baseball team, the racing suits and helmets they wore in the 2016 music video for “May We All,” and much more.
To celebrate opening day, FGL‘s Hubbard and Kelley took part in a conversation and performance in the museum’s CMA Theater. The duo reflected on their career and shared personal stories and memories about the artifacts included in the new exhibition.
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“We’re super excited to be here,” Hubbard shared while visiting the exhibition. “It’s really surreal, I remember BK and I – we’ve walked around these halls multiple times and looked at different exhibits and kind of dreamed of this day so it’s really special and a huge honor to be here. It’s just really exciting.”
“I would just say, we’re super humbled and this isn’t just a cherry on top, this is the pie. This is the cake. So, we’re just beyond blown away and very thankful,” Kelley added.
Tickets to visit the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum are available to purchase HERE.