The award winning bassist will be featured in the Country Music Hall of Fame’s quarterly program series: Nashville Cats: A Celebration of Music City Musicians.

Michael Rhodes earned the honor of this title through his continuous work as an artist since the 1970s. He is best known for being featured in Rosanne Cash’s King Record Shop (1987), Rodney Crowell’s Diamonds and Dirt (1988), LeAnn Rimes and Trisha Yearwood’s versions of How do I Live (1997), and the album Last of the Breed (2007).

During his career, Rhodes has played alongside musicians such as Brian Wilson of the Beach Boys, Dolly Parton, the Dixie Chicks, Faith Hill, Reba McEntyre, Wynonna Judd, and Doug Stone. During the past decade, he has worked with artists such as Toby Keith, Gretchen Wilson, Kenney Chesney, Willie Nelson, and Ray Price.

Rhodes is the winner of multiple Academy of Country Music instrumental awards and will now be accepting his title as a Nashville Cat on Saturday, March 7.

He will be featured in an interview at 2:00pm at the museum’s Ford Theater. Live streaming is available at countrymusichalloffame.org/streaming.

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