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article imageRay Stevens to be spotlighted in Country Music Hall of Fame

By Markos Papadatos     Sep 14, 2017 in Music
Nashville - Veteran country crooner Ray Stevens will be spotlighted in the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum with his own exhibit this month.
The Ray Stevens "Everything is Beautiful" display will kick off on September 22, and it will be a part of the "Sing Me Back Home: A Journey Through Country Music" exhibition. It will feature items from the Grammy-winning artist in honor of his 60-year career in the country music scene.
Stevens noted that he is flattered that the Country Music Hall of Fame selected to display several items from his illustrious career. He is excited for this display as well. It will feature such artifacts as the spinet keyboard used by Stevens to compose "Everything Is Beautiful," handwritten studio chart for "Everything Is Beautiful" with musical notation, his two Grammy awards for "Everything is Beautiful" and "Misty," as well as his plaque for his induction into the Nashville Songwriters Association International Hall of Fame in 1980, among other items.
Throughout his lengthy career in country music, Stevens has sold in excess of 40 million albums and he continues his daily office operations at his home base, Ray Stevens Music, which is located on Nashville's historic Music Row. In the fall of 2017, Stevens is expected to open his own entertainment venue in Nashville, entitled the CabaRay Showroom.
Aside from Mr. Ray Stevens, the "Sing Me Back Home" exhibition has featured such iconic country artists as Bob Moore, Keith Whitley and John Anderson.
To learn more about country crooner Ray Stevens, check out his official website.
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