The Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum announced the upcoming Patty Loveless: No Trouble With the Truth exhibit.
The exhibit will cover Loveless’ entire career — from a Kentucky-born music prodigy, all the way to a Grammy Award-winner. The exhibit will showcase a vast collection of country music memorabilia and artifacts, including Loveless’ very first Epiphone acoustic guitar to her Black Tie Oleg Cassini dress she wore when she received her award for Vocal Event of the Year Award at the Country Music Association Awards in 1998. Loveless says of her first guitar, “Now that guitar will be displayed in my exhibit…where it truly belongs with other memorabilia of the many people that supported me throughout my musical journey to whom I’m forever grateful.”
Patty Loveless: No Trouble With the Truth will run from August 23 through October 2024. This October, Loveless will be inducted into the 2023 Country Music Hall of Fame class alongside Bob McDill and Tanya Tucker. Three days after the exhibit’s opening, on August 26, the singer will participate in a conversation about the exhibit and perform in the museum’s CMA Theatre.
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