It’s fun to honor the past. The North Carolina Music Hall Of Fame is a great tourist visit with friends and family. Some of the exhibits will create astounding memories especially if you love music. The museum also exhibits some racing cars because of Mike Curb. Remember in the 60’s the Mike Curb Congregation? They had a hit or two. Mike was a musician and record company executive. His talents are displayed in the museum. He wrote and produced music for a number of stars. He was also a motorsports car owner — in 1984/85 he owned Richard Petty’s #43 car.

Plug into this wonderful building in Kannapolis and see the North Carolina natives that became stars like James Taylor, Andy Griffith, Roy Orbison, Roberta Flack, The Embers, Kate Smith, Band of Oz, Billy Scott, Loonis McGlohen and Clay Aiken.

Go see it…you’ll wish you had done it sooner. It’s free to the public. Donations are accepted.

The Catalinas and Ronnie Milsap

Andy Griffith

Arthur Smith and George Hamilton IV

Kate Smith

James Taylor, The Embers, Ben E. King, Band of Oz

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