Keith Urban will be recognized by the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum next month with his own exhibit, titled Keith Urban So Far. The display will debut to visitors on Nov. 20 and run through May 2016.

The exhibit will look back on Urban's impressive career and include several instruments like his 1989 Fender Custom Shop 40th Anniversary Telecaster and his Levinson Blade electric guitar that he played on his first No. 1 song, "But for the Grace of God."

The shirt worn on the cover of his self-titled 1999 debut album will also be showcased, along with handwritten song manuscripts, awards and items from his childhood scrapbooks.

"This exhibit allows the museum to highlight the career of one of country music’s top entertainers today," says Carolyn Tate, Senior Vice President of Museum Services, in a press release. "Keith Urban is a tremendously talented artist, and we’re thrilled to share the story of his hard-earned success with our visitors."

Earlier this week, Urban announced the title of his eighth studio album, Ripcord. His current single "Break on Me" follows the release of the album's No. 1 debut single "John Cougar, John Deere, John 3:16."

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