Country Music Hall of Fame choose to spotlight Ray Stevens

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Ray Stevens

The Country Music Hall of Fame unveiled their Ray Stevens ‘Everything is Beautiful’ display on the 22nd September, and the display will be a part of their ‘Sing Me Back Home: A Journey Through Country Music’ exhibition.
Items from the Grammy-winning artist will be featured in a well thought out effort that is set to honour his 60-year career within the country music scene.
Stevens himself is said to be both very flattered and incredibly excited that the Country Music Hall of Fame have chosen to display several items from what has proved to be an illustrious career.
The display will feature numerous artefacts, such as the spinet keyboard used by Stevens in order to compose ‘Everything is Beautiful’, the two Grammy awards which Stevens won for ‘Everything is Beautiful’, Stevens’ plaque for his induction into the Nashville Songwriters Association International Hall of Fame in 1980, and a handwritten studio chart for ‘Everything is Beautiful’ with musical notation, as well as several other items of note.
During Stevens’ lengthy country music career, the critically acclaimed artist has sold in the excess of 40 million albums, and still continues his daily office operations at his home base, Ray Stevens Music, which is on Nashville’s Music Row.
Towards the Autumn period this year, it’s expected that Stevens will open his own entertainment venue in Nashville, which is set to be called The CabaRay Showroom.

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