It is a high honor to have an exhibition dedicated to your career at the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum in Nashville, and no one is more deserved than an icon like Trisha Yearwood.

Trisha Yearwood: The Song Remembers When will run July 3, 2015 through December 2015 and will depict the life and professional accomplishments of the three-time Grammy-award-winning artist, beginning with her childhood in her small hometown of Monticello, Georgia and following her through her move to Nashville to attend Belmont University, where a star would soon be born.

The announcement is a sort of full-circle moment for the icon, who actually began her journey in Nashville giving tours of the Hall of Fame, as well as serving as a receptionist at a record company. She is now one of the best-selling female country artists to have ever graced the airwaves.

The exhibit will include artifacts and memorabilia from Yearwood’s full career, which not only encompasses music but also the authoring of several successful cookbooks and hosting the Emmy-winning TV show Trisha’s Southern Kitchen, currently in its sixth season on the Food Network.

Yearwood shows no signs of slowing down anytime soon, as she is currently juggling her music and television career with the recent release of a new line of cookware called Trisha’s Precious Metals, as well as a line of furniture called the Trisha Yearwood Home Collection.

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