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Nashville’s Ryman Auditorium is designated as an official Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame landmark

The Ryman Auditorium has been designated as an official Rock & Roll Hall of Fame landmark by the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame. President of Ryman Hospitality Properties, Mark Fioravanti, and President and CEO of the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame, Greg Harris, made the announcement in a dedication ceremony, joined by Nashville Mayor John Cooper and Old Dominion

During the dedication ceremony, a historic marker was unveiled to celebrate the milestone. The Ryman, currently celebrating its 130th anniversary, now joins 11 other rock & roll landmarks throughout the country. Matthew Ramsey, lead vocalist of Old Dominion, said: “It’s spiritual, and it’s one of the reasons she’s called the Mother Church. Like any good mother, she commands respect and makes you feel at home. As Music City and country music continue to expand around her, she remains the center of the family. She’s a beacon and a bucket list experience for us all, creators and fans alike.”

The Ryman and R&R Hall Of Fame also announced a multi-year partnership, including a new daytime tour exhibit at the Ryman scheduled to open later this year featuring the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame inductees who have graced the Ryman stage over the years.

Ryman Auditorium Designated as Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Landmark

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