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Fall of 2017
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Celebrate this great American icon with this don’t-miss exhibition, ELVIS: The Sound of History
This fall, for one night only, travel back in time on a visual journey to the 1950’s. Experience a one-of-a-kind new exhibition featuring the work of artist Wayne Brezinka.
See why NPR calls this “. . . A stunning portrait of Elvis.”
Visitors will experience a rare, up-close viewing of Brezinka's "Elvis" on loan from The Storytellers Museum. See artifacts from Elvis Presley’s rise to stardom that live on in this striking portrait. Documents and personal objects once owned by Col. Tom Parker (Elvis' manager) salvaged from his home and office are featured within this work and offer further insight into this understudied yet vitally important and historic manager of the artist’s career.
Additional Brezinka originals will be on view and complement this exhibition.
Presented for the first time in the historic, private home of Country Music legend and Grand Ole Opry star Hank Snow - roam the halls of this unassuming Madison, Tennessee residence frequented by Elvis Presley who often visited, see the piano he played and where he spent many of his early days.
Saturday, November 11, 2017
1 NIGHT ONLY
6:30 pm - 9:00 pm
At the Home and Private Residence of
Country Music Legend and Grand Ole Opry Star HANK SNOW
312 E Marthonna Rd, Madison, Tennessee 37115
Parking Available Will Be Clearly Marked
Light Hors d’Oeuvres & Drinks Provided
Mark your calendars now and save the date for November 11 - Don't miss this incredible chance to tour this private home and get an exclusive, unique and behind-the-scenes look at history.
Join me as we walk in the footsteps of Elvis Presley, Hank Snow, Patsy Cline, The Everly Brothers, and Hank Williams whose musical genius have forever touched this Madison, Tennessee home.
Brezinka’s LINCOLN portrait is currently on loan for a temporary exhibition at the historic Ford’s Theatre and Museum in Washington, D.C. His portrait of BOB DYLAN recently wrapped a ﬁve-month-long exhibition at the Tennessee State Museum in late 2015. Former Vice President Al Gore is among his most recent collectors.
RHYTHM and GLUE
December 1, 2016 - March 30, 2017
Presented by Nashville Music City - The Nashville Convention and Visitors Bureau
Music City Shop - Bridgestone Arena
501 Broadway, Nashville, Tennessee 37203
This exhibition featured 4 large-scale Brezinka mixed media works of Americana and Country Music heroes on loan from private collectors including the Guy Clark Estate in Nashville, Tennessee: JOHNNY CASH, BOB DYLAN, CHRIS STAPLETON, and GUY CLARK
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