Zac Brown Band Announce Country Music Hall of Fame Exhibit Opening July 22nd!

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Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum announced Homegrown: Zac Brown Band will debut July 22nd and will run until June 18, 2017. The exhibit will feature Zac Brown Band’s rise to fame through stage wear, guitars, song manuscripts, photos and more from the band’s personal collection.
Exhibition highlights include:

  • Custom-designed conga drum used by percussionist Daniel de los Reyes in the music video for “Jump Right In.” Reyes modeled the drum on one used by his father, renowned Cuban percussionist Walfredo de los Reyes III
  • Three of John Driskell Hopkins’s Modulus Graphite bass guitars, each named for one of his daughters
  • Taylor NS prototype acoustic-electric guitar, made for Brown in 2010
  • Jimmy De Martini’s Knilling Bucharest violin
  • Clay Cook’s Gibson Signature Pete Townsend SG electric guitar
  • Custom-painted Yamaha electric guitar with skeleton motifs, used by Coy Bowles
  • Jackets designed by Manuel for Zac Brown Band performance, with Dave Grohl, of “Day for the Dead,” at the 2013 CMA Awards
  • Top hat worn by Brown on the cover of the band’s 2015 album, Jekyll + Hyde
  • Jewelry and clothing designed by Zac Brown’s wife, Shelly, including costumes worn by actress Jaime Murray in the band’s 2012 video for “Goodbye in Her Eyes”
  • Awards presented to Zac Brown Band, including CMA, ACM and Grammy trophies


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