Country

There’s a reason why they call Nashville “Music City.” Nashville, Tennessee is home to many of the world’s most talented singers and songwriters. Check out these incredible artists who call Nashville home.

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  • Carly Pearce

    On September 13, just ahead of the release of her brand new album, 29: WRITTEN IN STONE, out September 17, the GRAMMY Museum was thrilled to welcome country singer-songwriter Carly Pearce for an intimate conversation about the making of the new album, followed by a performance. The discussion was...

  • Jackson Dean

    Odenton, Maryland native Jackson Dean is a singer/songwriter known for his old school, gritty style of Country. Mature beyond his years, Jackson has a daring and carefree spirit, having moved out at 18 years old to live in a cinderblock, concrete floor, one-room shack on the back of his grandfath...

  • Danielle Bradbery

    Stepping into her own lane with sophomore album I DON'T BELIEVE WE'VE MET, Bradbery infused her story into her songs for the first time – penning seven of the album’s 10 tracks including “Worth It,” “Potential” and GOLD-certified “Sway.” Kicking off a new chapter last year, Danielle infused her o...

  • Elizabeth Cook

    Elizabeth Cook talks about the making of her upcoming new album, Aftermath. Produced by Butch Walker (Green Day, Weezer, Taylor Swift), Aftermath is an album about survival and resilience. The twelve songs—all written by Cook—address life’s most fundamental and difficult subjects including heartb...

  • Justin Moore

    On July 15, 2019, the GRAMMY Museum was thrilled to welcome country music chart-topping powerhouse Justin Moore, to discuss the making of his album Late Nights and Longnecks.

    Country artist Justin Moore proves that, through all the fame and success, he’s still just the same country boy he’s a...

  • Courtney Marie Andrews

    As part of the GRAMMY Museum’s Programs at Home series, Moderator Scott Goldman talks with current GRAMMY nominee Courtney Marie Andrews about the making of her album, Old Flowers, which is nominated for Best Americana Album at the 2021 GRAMMY Awards. Following the conversation, Courtney performs...

  • Richie Furay

    As part of the GRAMMY Museum’s Programs at Home, Moderator Scott Goldman talks with Richie Furay of Buffalo Springfield, Poco, and The Souther Hillman Furay Band about the release of his new live concert album and DVD, ‘50th Anniversary Return To The Troubadour.’ Following the interview, fans can...

  • Kacey Musgraves

    Just days ahead of the 61st Annual GRAMMY Awards where Kacey Musgraves won four GRAMMY Awards including Album of the Year, the GRAMMY Museum welcomed Kacey for a very special GRAMMY Week benefit program supporting the Museum’s education initiatives.

    Multi-GRAMMY-winning singer-songwriter Kacey...

  • Luke Combs

    On April 10, 2018, the GRAMMY Museum welcomed Asheville, N.C. native Luke Combs to the Museum’s Clive Davis Theater to talk about his Gold-certified critically-acclaimed debut album This One’s for You in 2017, which debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard Country Albums chart. Luke was later nominated ...

  • Ray Benson

    As part of the GRAMMY Museum’s Programs at Home series, Moderator Scott Goldman talks with Ray Benson of Asleep at the Wheel to discuss the band’s 50th anniversary. Asleep at the Wheel has received 10 GRAMMY Awards and were given the 2009 Lifetime Achievement Award by the Americana Music Associat...

  • Kenny Rogers

    On March 28, 2011, the GRAMMY Museum welcomed Kenny Rogers for an intimate conversation, where Rogers discussed his humble roots, iconic career, and collection of classic and inspirational songs. Though theoretically a country singer, Kenny Rogers dominated the pop charts, consistently finding so...

  • Ingrid Andress

    As part of the GRAMMY Museum’s new Programs at Home series, Moderator Scott Goldman will check-in with country singer-songwriter Ingrid Andress to talk about the release of her debut album last month, Lady Like. The conversation will happen over video, which fans can watch from home on April 25th...

  • Luke Dick

    As part of the GRAMMY Museum’s Programs at Home series, Moderator Scott Goldman talks with GRAMMY-nominated songwriter Luke Dick about the release of his new album, MUSIC FROM THE DOCUMENTARY RED DOG. The 13-song soundtrack, plus nine interludes, adds perspective to the story of Luke’s upbringing...

  • Vince Gill

    The GRAMMY Museum welcomed legendary country artist Vince Gill on September 18, 2019 for a special mid-day program, celebrating the GRAMMY-winner’s iconic career and new, upcoming album OKIE. One of the most popular singers in modern country music, Vince Gill is famous for his top-notch songwriti...

  • Brothers Osborne

    On October 14, 2018, Brothers Osborne visited the GRAMMY Museum for a special mid-day program. Two sons from a working-class family, John and TJ Osborne grew up in a small, Maryland water town writing and playing songs for friends and family in their father’s shed. John moved to Nashville first t...

  • Old Dominion

    On February 28, 2018, ahead of their 2018 Happy Endings world tour, the GRAMMY Museum welcomed acclaimed country rockers Old Dominion to the Museum’s Clive Davis Theater for an intimate conversation. Blending old-fashioned country charm, lyrical wit and rock & roll grit into radio-friendly, hook-...

  • Ashley McBryde

    GRAMMY-nominated singer-songwriter Ashley McBryde talks about the making of her album, Never Will. Never Will, released April 3, was tagged by Rolling Stone as one of the most anticipated of the year alongside NPR, who also ranked lead single “One Night Standards” as one of the best songs of 201...

  • Kip Moore

    As part of the GRAMMY Museum’s Programs at Home series, multi-platinum singer-songwriter Kip Moore talks about the making of his revered album, Wild World. Kip Moore first splashed into the mainstream with the double-Platinum “Somethin’ ‘Bout a Truck” in 2012, then followed up with three more bes...