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Glen Campbell Museum and Rhinestone Stage

Glen Campbell Museum and Rhinestone Stage
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Located at the highly-trafficked corner of Broadway and 2nd Avenue, The Glen Campbell Museum features never-before-seen artifacts from Glen’s early years on the farm in Arkansas through his climb to super-stardom, including many of his guitars, instruments, and stage clothes by legendary Western Wear Clothiers, Nudie Cohn and Manuel Cuevas, as well as his extensive collection of golf paraphernalia and intimate family photos.

Glen Campbell was the first-ever crossover artists to hold #1 hits on both the country and pop charts. In addition to his own music, he played on numerous top 40 records as a studio guitarist. Ask any current artist and they will most likely tell you that Glen Campbell inspired their music in some way. Most notably,artists such as Keith Urban, Toby Keith, Brad Paisley, Dierks Bentley, Blake Shelton, Steve Wariner, and John Mayer consistently mention Glen as an influence to their music

Inside of the Glen Campbell Museum is the Rhinestone Stage that provides an intimate entertainment experience for artists and the audience. With state-of-the-art lighting and sound within the museum, The Rhinestone Stage is quickly becoming a favorite of Nashville artists and a coveted space to play on historic Broadway.

TEMPORARY HOURS: Wednesday through Sunday, 9am-5pm

CLOSED MONDAYS & TUESDAYS

Source: Official Website