BRISTOL, Va. — Appalachian music cascades like a mountain stream through every pore of the gleaming new Birthplace of Country Music Museum.
It emanates through acrylic panels, oak walls and from interactive, high resolution video screens and supplies the soundtrack to videos around every corner. Visitors hear snippets of the landmark 1927 Bristol Sessions recordings — which provided the impetus for the long-awaited $10.5 million facility — and more modern interpretations.
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