I'm not sure how I came across this, but it is a Kentucky music history goldmine. Have you visited all 120 Kentucky counties? Unless we have family on the other side of the state or there might be a random convention, concert, sporting event, or graduation, there's a chance we have been in lots of counties even if it's a case of just passing through.

One museum in Louisville is dedicating an exhibit to not only all 120 counties but it also includes a song and an artist from each county.

The Frazier Kentucky History Museum is continuing to add content to the exhibit. I thought the music idea would be a good chance to see which artists and songs from our listening area are included. So we'll start with Daviess County.

Daviess County: Nine-Pound Hammer "Daviss County Tractor Massacre"

Ohio County: Bill Monroe "Blue Moon of Kentucky"

Henderson County: Grandpa Jones "Methodist Pie"

McLean County: Colt Graves "Lonesome Roads"

Muhlenberg County: Merle Travis "Sixteen Tons" 

Union County: Dottie Rambo "The Soul of Me"

Webster County: Chris Knight "Becky's Bible"

Butler County: 00 the Rabbit "Quiet Magazine"

Warren County: Nappy Roots "Good Day" 

Grayson County: Elvie Shane "My Boy"

Hancock County: Ssion "Comeback"

Hopkins County: Reba Rambo "With a Friend Like You"

And that's just a start. You can view the complete list HERE or listen to the curated playlist on Spotify.

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For more information on hours, exhibits, and tickets at the Frazier History Museum go HERE. Now this is worth a road trip!

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