Country Music Hall of Fame taps Trisha Yearwood for new membership drive


Trisha Yearwood visits the galleries of the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum, which display her own artifacts. Photo: Courtesy of the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum

Trisha Yearwood recently visited the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum to kick off their new membership campaign.

The country icon will lead the multimedia campaign, which aims to double museum membership by the end of the year and bring member attendance back to pre-pandemic levels.

It’s a cause close to Yearwood’s heart, as she worked as a tour guide at the museum before becoming a Grammy-winning artist. She remained a strong supporter throughout her career, performing at museum fundraisers and events, and personally donating to the museum’s collection and membership program.

“This institution is a treasure for the world – a beacon – and it is also a treasure that awaits you, your family and your friends,” Yearwood shares.

Membership in the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum provides foundational philanthropic support and supports its educational mission. Members enjoy free admission to the museum’s galleries, family programs, special events and more, as well as discounts at its retail stores. Learn more here.

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