“Ronnie Milsap: A Legend in My Time” takes fans through more than 40 years of the musicians saga.

The Country Music Hall of Fame exhibit features Milsap memorabilia from a career that includes 35 billboard number-one singles and six Grammy awards. A number of Milsap’s awards are on display along with stage costumes, the mixing console from his personal recording studio, and even a Keytar.

Milsap was inducted into the Hall of Fame in 2014 along with Hank Cochran and Mac Wiseman.

The North Carolina Native turned Nashville superstar, now 72, has been blind since he was a young child, but that hasn’t stopped. “I’m going to continue to make records and continue to play show dates,” Milsap said. Blake Shelton, Hunter Hayes, and Keith Urban have all cited Milsap as a major influence.

The exhibit is open until Aug 31st.

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