Bobby Bones Part Of Country Music Hall Of Fame's 'American Currents'

Bobby Bones is one of the biggest voices in country music. His nationally syndicated radio show The Bobby Bones Show not only brings on the biggest country music artists, but Bones is also one who brings on new country artists for their voice to be heard. In 2018, Bones was one of the leading individuals in the industry to create an all female radio show to help propel women country artists on the country charts after lots of noise was made that female artists weren't getting the same recognition as men in the genre.

Outside of his influence on the country music industry in the 5 years he's been in Nashville, Tennessee, Bones has also written two New York Times Best Selling books, sold-out his own headlining comedy shows across the country, won Season 27 of Dancing With The Stars, as well as the first full-time in house mentor for American Idol. His influence far extends radio and television.

The Country Music Hall Of Fame chose to honor Bones efforts in his careers and included him in the exhibit 'American Currents: The Music Of 2018' along the likes of Reba McEntire, Keith Urban, Jason Aldean, Carrie Underwood, Chris Stapleton, Brothers Osborne and more. The exhibit is determined carefully to showcase the previous year in country music, defined broadly to include country-related styles such as Americana and bluegrass music, and offers rich detail about the noteworthy figures and events in country music’s recent past.

The exhibit will be open throughout February 9th, 2020.

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