Zac Brown Band have earned an exhibit at the Country Music Hall of Fame.

Homegrown: Zac Brown Band will open at the museum on July 22 and run through July 2017. It will explore the band's "rise to fame" and will include artifacts such as guitars, song manuscripts, photos, stage get-ups and more.

Summarizing the band's rise to stardom, museum CEO Kyle Young says, "Zac Brown Band did not set out to be country music stars. Instead they ignored genre restrictions and focused on creating upbeat and soulful sounds that resonated with fans. Fifteen #1 hits later, they are one of the most innovative groups in country music today. With this exhibition we will trace the band's organic path to stardom that can only be described as 'homegrown.'"

The eight members currently comprising Zac Brown Band are Zac Brown (lead vocals/guitar/piano/bass/banjo), Jimmy De Martini (violin/vocals), John Driskell Hopkins (banjo/guitar/vocals), Coy Bowles (guitar/keys/banjo/vocals), Clay Cook (guitar/keys/mandolin/vocals), Chris Fryar (drums/vocals), Daniel de los Reyes (percussion) and Matt Mangano (bass/vocals).

Zac Brown Band are currently on their Black Out the Sun tour. More information about their CMHOF exhibit can be found here.

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