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Nashville, Tenn. 10 February 2020
1. Wide of logo for All for the Hall
2. Pan inside Bridgestone Arena
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3. SOUNDBITE (English) Chris Stapleton, recording artist, on playing at "All For the Hall":
"I've done a smaller one. I did one in Los Angeles that was like a songwriter round type thing that was me, and James Taylor and Vince Gill and Joe Walsh, and I was like, 'What am I doing here?' But it was very fun. And I love what the Hall of Fame stands for and all the things they try to do. But yeah, so if there's anything that me showing up here and playing two songs helps with, glad to do it."
4. Wide of Keith Urban taking the stage
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5. SOUNDBITE (English) TJ Osborne, recording artist, Brothers Osborne, on their history with the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum:
"We actually both used to work at the Hall of Fame. I don't know if that's what you were getting at, but we did. We both served at the Country Music Hall of Fame. Worked a lot of banquets. John waited in the restaurant that was there for many years. Which was, when we finally became part of an exhibit there, it was an incredible full circle moment for us. Literally started from the bottom all the way to being in one of the showcases. And then being here tonight to help raise money for the Country Music Hall of Fame and for music education."
6. Wide of Blake Shelton performing
7. Wide of Luke Combs performing
8. Wide of Carly Pearce performing
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9. SOUNDBITE (English) Carly Pearce, recording artist, on her relationship with the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum:
"Now it feels even more special for me because I got to have an exhibit in the American Currents, or as a part of the American Currents exhibit last year at the Hall of Fame and got to do their first web series, that I took people on a journey of me discovering artifacts in the Hall of Fame that were important to me. So just to be able to continue the narrative of being a part of things that benefit the Hall of Fame because I think it's such a crucial part of our industry and our genre. And I want to be one of the faces of country music, so I am very honored to be here.