I don’t think any country music fans visiting Nashville need a reason to take a tour through the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum. but, if you’re looking for a reason, we want to remind you that Blake Shelton Based on a True Story exhibit is still open at the museum, and will be there through Nov. 6, 2016.
The exhibit includes some of the early merchandise that Blake and his family sold during his 1994 concert in his hometown of Ada, Okla. There is a memo pad with lyrics to the first song Blake wrote, and Blake’s first royalty check, for $2.73. The exhibit also has a plaid shirt Blake wore when he made his move to Nashville, and an Aria acoustic guitar that he used on his first radio tour in 2001, when he was promoting the single, “Austin”. There is the Elf costume that I’m sure we all remember, that Blake wore on the NBC-TV special, Not So Family Christmas,” back in 2012. And of course there are awards! You will get to see his 2011 CMA Male Vocalist of the Year award, 2011 ACM Male Vocalist of the year award, and his 2016 Kids’ Choice Award slime suit.
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