Miranda Lambert To Play John Prine’s Guitar During Hall Of Fame Fundraiser

The Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum has revealed the pairings of musicians and historic instruments that have been safely removed from exhibit cases to be played and the legendary artists to whom tribute will be paid during the museum’s upcoming fundraiser called Big Night (At the Museum). Kane Brown, Miranda Lambert, Ashley McBryde, Reba McEntire, Tim McGraw and Brad Paisley are among the artists set to perform and pay tribute during the event, which takes place on Wednesday, Oct. 28th at 8 p.m CT on the museum’s official YouTube channel.

Here is the list of artists and instruments:

  • Alison Brown plays Earl Scruggs’ 1930 Gibson RB Granada banjo
  • Kane Brown sings a Randy Travis hit with accompaniment on Travis’ Gibson J-185KOA guitar
  • Carlene Carter plays the 1928 Gibson L-5 guitar that belonged to her grandmother Maybelle Carter
  • Rodney Crowell pays tribute to songwriters Guy Clark and Boudleaux and Felice Bryant
  • Country Music Hall of Fame member Emmylou Harris uses Boudleaux Bryant’s 1961 Martin guitar to partner with Crowell on a Bryant classic
  • Miranda Lambert plays John Prine’s David Russell Young custom-made guitar
  • Ashley McBryde plays Loretta Lynn’s 1956 Gibson J-50 guitar
  • Country Music Hall of Fame member Reba McEntire pays homage to Patsy Cline
  • Tim McGraw plays Keith Whitley’s C.W. Parsons acoustic guitar
  • Keb’ Mo’ plays the 1928 custom Weymann guitar that belonged to Jimmie Rodgers
  • Brad Paisley plays Don Rich’s 1964 Fender Telecaster
  • Country Music Hall of Fame member Ricky Skaggs plays Bill Monroe’s 1923 Gibson F-5 mandolin
  • Country Music Hall of Fame member Marty Stuart plays Lester Flatt’s 1950 Martin D-28 guitar
  • The War and Treaty pays tribute to Ray Charles
  • Dan Tyminski joins Paisley in performance, using Buck Owens’ red, white and blue American acoustic guitar
  • Lucinda Williams plays Johnny Cash’s customized Martin D-35S guitar

Marty Stuart will host Big Night (At the Museum), with audio supervision by Dave Cobb.