Ronnie Milsap became one of the newest members of the Country Music Hall of Fame when he was inducted this past October. Beginning Friday, Feb. 6, the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum in Nashville will honor Ronnie’s life and career with a special exhibit, Ronnie Milsap: A Legend in My Time.
The exhibit, named for Ronnie’s 1975 Country Music Association award-winning album, examines the legendary vocalist’s career through photos and other items. Ronnie has enjoyed one of country’s most prolific and esteemed careers, with 35 No. 1 singles, three Country Music Association awards for Male Vocalist of the Year along with the Entertainer of the Year award in 1977 and six Grammys.
The North Carolina native, blind since birth, also found success early in life as a session piano player in Memphis before moving to Nashville in 1972. Ronnie has influenced countless contemporary artists, including Keith Urban, Blake Shelton and Hunter Hayes.   Ronnie Milsap: A Legend in My Time will run through August of this year at the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum.