DATES ANNOUNCED FOR CRYSTAL GAYLE: “WHEN I DREAM” SPOTLIGHT EXHIBIT MEDIA DAYS
COUNTRY MUSIC HALL OF FAME® AND MUSEUM
THURSDAY, AUGUST 28TH & THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 4TH

Grammy-winning singer Crystal Gayle will be available for interviews in Downtown Nashville at the Country Music Hall of Fame® and Museum to share behind-the-scenes details on the When I Dream spotlight exhibit and highlight upcoming projects.  The exhibit is set to run through November 3, 2014.

We are currently scheduling interviews.  If you are interested in talking to Crystal Gayle, please let us know as slots are limited.

Thanks, in advance, for your consideration.

Artifacts on display in Crystal Gayle: When I Dream exhibit include:

  • Hand-stitched valentine Gayle made in the third grade for her mother, Clara
  • Gayle’s custom white microphone, with her name engraved in gold
  • Red parlor guitar, custom built for Gayle by luthier Danny Ferrington in 1980
  • Photos of teenaged Gayle and her sisters Loretta Lynn and Peggy Sue that hung on their mother’s living room wall
  • LP cover for the soundtrack album to the 1982 film One from the Heart, directed by Francis Ford Coppola, featuring Gayle and Tom Waits. The album featured Gayle performing solo or as a duet partner with Waits, who wrote the songs.
  • Flight suit and boots worn by Gayle on her F-16 flight in 1984
  • 1977 Grammy for Best Female Country Performance, for “Don’t It Make My Brown Eyes Blue”
  • 1976 ACM Female Vocalist of the Year trophy
  • Marble and crystal Indiana Living Legend award, presented to Gayle in 2005
  • Mattel’s Crystal “Eagle” Gayle Air Force Barbie doll, which commemorated both her 1984 flight aboard an F-16 fighter and the 50th anniversary of the U.S. Air Force

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