Nashville's County Music Hall of Fame and Museum is set to feature Buzz Cason as part of the Poets and Prophets series.

Cason will perform songs and share stories at the event, which will take place in the Ford Theater on Saturday, July 5. The 90-minute program, hosted by Museum Editor Michael Gray,  will also feature recordings, photos and film clips from the museum's archives.

The interview will also stream live online. Cason will be on hand after the show to sign limited-edition Hatch Show Print posters.

Cason recently released his twelfth studio album, 'Troubadour Heart,' on Plowboy Records. He is a member of the Rockabilly Hall of Fame, as well as a nominee for the Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame.

Among his best-known songs are the iconic 'An Everlasting Love,' as well as the Martina McBride hit 'Love's the Only House.' He also has extensive credits as a performer, producer and publisher.