Country Music Hall of Fame – Visit to Archives Department
Preview Outlaws and Armadillos Exhibit
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The Radio Dreams Project with Kimmie Rhodes and Jolie Goodnight Gracey, visit The Country Music Hall of Fame Museum bookstore and archives department to celebrate the release of Radio Dreams and the donation of many of our precious archival artifacts and documents. It’s a really good feeling to know that Gracey’s book is finally finished and that all the wonderful things we held onto through the years, writings, periodicals, pictures, platinum records, instruments, audio and video tapes, test pressings, stage clothes, countless various souvenirs from our years of making music will be cared for in the best possible way and in safe keeping. Thanks so much to the minions of musicology who care about and honor our experiences and memories! We hope others will entrust their treasures to museums and archives where they can be preserved, catalogued and shared with future generations of music lovers.
We are proud to have our dual memoir “Radio Dreams The Story of The Outlaw DJ and The Cosmic Cowgirl” in the bookstore at The Country Music Hall of Fame Museum. We are in great company with books by or about our fellow friends, Gary P. Nunn, Willie Nelson, Eddy Wilson, Jesse Sublett, Waylon Jennings, Jessi Colter, Guy Clark, Tamar Saviano, Townes Van Zandt, Kathleen Hudson and others!
Colette Huff (Book and Music Buyer) and Kimmie celebrate the release of Radio Dreams
After a really memorable day at the museum, including a sneak peek at the museums soon to open “Outlaws and Armadillos: Country’s Roaring 70s” exhibit that pays tribute not only to Joe Gracey and his contribution to American music history but that of our many friends and heroes we followed with a gig at the famous Bluebird Cafe next night.
(left to right) Kimmie Rhodes, Jolie Goodnight Gracey, Gary Nicholson, Shawn Camp, Lauren Mascitti and Joe Robinson after their show at The Bluebird Cafe in Nashville.