The husband and wife duo who wrote many iconic country classics, including 'Rocky Top' itself, are being honored with a special year-long exhibit at the Country Music Hall of Fame in Nashville.
Boudleaux and Felice Bryant's history will be on display to tell the story of Nashville's first full-time professional songwriters in the exhibition We Could: The Songwriting Artistry of Boudleaux and Felice Bryant.
The exhibit is filled with numerous photos, artifacts and details from their lives, showcasing their remarkable impact as trailblazers in the industry.
The exhibit opens September 27 and runs until August 2, 2020. Tickets to the museum are $25.95 for adults and $15.95 for kids.
The two are credited for selling more than a half billion records in some estimates, receiving 59 BMI awards, composing more than 6,000 songs and working with artists across many genres.
While 'Rocky Top' is what most Tennesseans know the two for, they were also behind a number of hits, including the Everly Brothers' 'Bye Bye Love,' "Wake Up Little Susie," and "All I Have to do is Dream."
The two were first elected into the Country Music Hall of Fame in 1991.