NASHVILLE, TN — On July 30, the exhibition of Martina McBride: The Power of Her Voice will be open.
The exhibition encompasses the singer's journey from the start of her career performing in her family's band to becoming an award-winning country music artist. In this occasion, with the theme 'Martina McBride: The Power of Her Voice', she will come to deliver her hit songs starting from July 30, 2021 to August 7, 2022.
McBride, well known for her hits 'Independence Day' and 'A Broken Wing', has ranked as one of the country music's most powerful voices, and winning four CMA Female Vocalist of the Year Awards.
McBride brought her unique voice and style that helped further modernize the image of female artists in country music. In 2019, the Academy of Country Music presented her the Cliffie Stone Icon Award for her contribution to country music.
In her songs, she often highlights the women's strengths. Her anthems of personal empowerment have addressed the challenges women face, and has contributed to a much-needed perspective to the genre.
Born in July 29, 1966, the artist, whose full name is Martina Marie Schiff, was raised on a dairy and wheat farm in Sharon, Kansas. Her first performance was with her family's band, the Schiffters. After some years in Wichita and performing in a rock band, she decided to returned home and once again sing with the Schiffters. Then she moved to Nashville and started singing country music.
The items featured in this exhibition include awards, stage wears, handwritten lyrics and personal artifacts.
In support of the exhibition's opening, McBride will participate in a discussion and performance in the museum's CMA Theater on Sunday, August 1, 2021 starting at 2:00 p.m. In this conversation, she will share the stories of her career and memories associated with the artifacts included in Martina McBride: The Power of Her Voice.
Tickets will be available at CountryMusicHallofFame.org on Friday, July 2.
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