McPeake & May at the Country Music Hall of Fame

Feb. 10, 2019. Nashville, TN. Curtis McPeake & Andy May, with Aubrey Haynie on fiddle and Tim Dishman on bass, played songs from The Good Things (Outweigh the Bad) and answered questions in this Country Music Hall of Fame‘s Musician Spotlight performance. The show was videotaped by the museum’s video crew, live-streamed, and archived for posterity.

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McPeake & May at the Country Music Hall of Fame

MUSICIAN SPOTLIGHT: CURTIS MCPEAKE and ANDY MAY
with Aubrey Haynie and Tim Dishman
Feb 10, 2019, 1pm, Central Time

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“Salley Gardens” – McPeake & May video from Country Music Hall of Fame performance

July 22, 2018. Curtis Mcpeake & Andy May play Salley Gardens, from their CD The Good Things (Outweigh the Bad) in the Country Music Hall of Fame “Musician Spotlight” series. Nashville, TN.  Curtis was 90 years old at the time of this performance, and it was just 3 days before he received the IBMA’s Distinctive Achievement Award honoring his many contributions…

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Curtis McPeake & Andy May at the Country Music Hall of Fame

Banjo legend Curtis McPeake and Andy May returned to the Country Music Hall of Fame this past weekend for an instrument demonstration in the lovely Ford Theater. They picked tunes from their new CD, The Good Things (Outweigh the Bad), answered questions from the audience, and told stories about life in the music business. Fun for all!

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Country Music Hall of Fame – Musician Spotlight: McPeake and May – July 22

McPeake & May will be playing songs from their new album, “The Good Things (Outweigh the Bad),” a collection of old-time and old bluegrass treasures, and taking questions from the audience. https://countrymusichalloffame.org/calendar/event/musician-spotlight-andy-may-and-curtis-mcpeake-july22#.WzUI82BKiM8

This event takes place in the Museum’s Ford Theatre.

View on the Museum’s website: https://countrymusichalloffame.org/calendar/event/musician-spotlight-andy-may-and-curtis-mcpeake-july22#.WzUI82BKiM8

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