Jason Aldean, Dolly Parton, Brett Eldredge and Florida Georgia Line are part of the exhibit American Currents: The Music of 2016, which is now open at the Country Music Hall of Fame.
Some of the memorabilia on display includes the jacket and shirt Jason wore on the cover of his album They Don't Know, the tux Brett wore to collect his CMA Award for Best New Artist and the racing suits from Florida Georgia Line's video for "May We All."
Brett Eldredge remembers taking his now deceased grandfather through the Country Music Hall of Fame in a wheelchair.
"To be able to walk through and experience it with him and now having an actual exhibit here. Wishing I could show this now, but at least getting to show him them and the meaning that it has to have an exhibit here is an incredible feeling."
Tyler Hubbard of Florida Georgia says he and Brian Kelley can't believe they're included in an exhibit in the Country Music Hall of Fame.
"It's amazing. This is such an historical, amazing, country rich place. For BK and I to be in this place tonight is such an honor and pretty mindblowing."