Women in Country: Inductee Wanda Jackson
Inductee Wanda Jackson & special guests join us for a Hall of Fame series interview and night of performances
3 p.m. - 9 p.m.
A full day celebration of women in country, featuring 2009 Inductee Wanda Jackson
hall of fame series
The VIP ticket gives fans access to an intimate Hall of Fame series panel interview moderated by "Woman Walk the Line" author Holly Gleason and featuring Wanda Jackson, book contributors Director of Artist & VIP Relations for the Rock Hall, Shelby Morrison, former Creem editor Deborah Sprague, and rising alt-country singer/songwriter Aubrie Sellers.
performance line up
5 p.m. - Rachel Brown - Americana and roots singer and multi-instrumentalist who's opened for many of country's greats including Emmylou Harris and Willie Nelson
6:15 p.m. - Hannah Dasher - Rising Country singer/songwriter from Nashville
7:30 p.m. - The "Queen of Rockabilly" Wanda Jackson
Live music included with general admission to the museum.
Includes museum admission and live music access.
Includes museum admission, Hall of Fame panel discussion inside Foster Theater, and VIP concert viewing access and two free drinks at a private bar.
About "WomAn Walk the line"
Recently awarded a Belmont Book Award, editor and contributor Holly Gleason's collection of personal essays showcases a diverse group of women music writers that pay tribute to the female country artists who have inspired them, including Brenda Lee, June Carter Cash, Dolly Parton, Emmylou Harris, Lucinda Williams, and Taylor Swift.
From The New York Times: “Each of the 27 essays focuses on the experience of when music was a savior, an inspiration or an acknowledgment of a deep and personal truth.”