“Country Star” at the “Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame”?!

Alan Jackson will be the only country artist among the 50 artists who will be featured in the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame’s new exhibit, Louder Than Music: Rock, Power & Politics. The new exhibit in Cleveland, Ohio, highlights moments where music and American history have crossed paths over the past few decades.
The guitar that Alan played onstage at the 2001 CMA Awards show in Nashville, where he performed, “Where Were You (When The World Stopped Turning)”—inspired by 9/11—will be featured, along with Jackson’s handwritten lyrics. Other artists represented include Bob Dylan, Lady Gaga, Keith Richards, and Bruce Springsteen.