For Immediate Release: DOWNTOWN NASHVILLE WELCOMES THE FIRST EXHIBITS TO LOAD IN TO THE GLEN CAMPBELL MUSEUM AND RHINESTONE STAGE SET TO OPEN IN EARLY 2020 Clearbrook Hospitality’s Newest Downtown Attraction Set to Open Early 2020 Nashville, Tennessee – October 8, 2019 -  Downtown Nashville was abuzz yesterday as elements and exhibits began to arrive for the highly anticipated Glen Campbell Museum and Rhinestone Stage set to open in early 2020 at the corner of Broadway and 2nd Avenue. Crews lined the street on Broadway and exhibits were beginning to load in through the second floor. The Glen Campbell Museum and Rhinestone Stage will give guests a multitude of immersive experiences and interactive displays showcasing different stages of Glen’s life and extraordinary career. Located at the corner of Broadway and 2nd Avenue, The Glen Campbell Museum will feature more than four thousand square feet of never-before-seen artifacts from his early years on the farm in Arkansas through his climb to super-stardom, including many of Glen’s legendary guitars and instruments, his extensive collection of golf paraphernalia, and intimate family photos as well as stage worn clothing and much more. In the evenings, the museum will transform into The Rhinestone Stage – a live music venue. The Rhinestone Stage will be “The Gem of Lower Broadway” where national and local touring acts can host intimate performances in an entirely unique environment.   “Crews worked around the clock as we began the load in for The Glen Campbell Museum and Rhinestone Stage which is set to open in early 2020. Clearbrook Hospitality is honored to have this opportunity to bring Glen’s legacy to life in such a historic part of Music City USA – Nashville.” Ric Olsen, President, Clearbrook Hospitality   For more information on The Glen Campbell Museum and Rhinestone Stage go to www.glencampbellmuseum.com Follow at www.facebook.com/theglencampbellmuseum, www.instagram.com/theglencampbellmuseum or www.twitter.com/gcmuseum All photo credits: Courtesy of Clearbrook Hospitality PHOTO ID Photo #1 (top left, 1st page) – Crews begin to arrive to start initial load in of exhibits for The Glen Campbell Museum and Rhinestone Stage Photo #2 (bottom right, 1st page) – Crews inside the building at Broadway and 2nd begin to unload the exhibits for The Glen Campbell Museum and Rhinestone Stage set to open in early 2020. Photo #3 (top left, 2nd page) – Ric Olsen, President of Clearbrook Hospitality, oversees the initial load in of some exhibits at location for The Glen Campbell Museum and Rhinestone Stage set to open in early 2020 in downtown Nashville. Olsen is seen in the photograph far right. ABOUT GLEN CAMPBELL Legendary singer and guitarist Glen Campbell brought country music to the mainstream as the genre’s first crossover star with hits like “Rhinestone Cowboy,” “Wichita Lineman” and “Southern Nights.” In a legendary career that spanned more than six decades and more than 50 million records sold, Campbell, a six-time GRAMMY winner, created an indelible mark on American pop culture as a beloved musician, singer, movie star and television personality. From his time as a groundbreaking guitarist for Elvis Presley, Frank Sinatra, The Beach Boys and many others in the archetypical backing band The Wrecking Crew to his decades atop the charts to the grace he showed as he closed his career while fighting Alzheimer’s disease, there are few artists who have touched as many lives as the Rhinestone Cowboy. Campbell capped off his extraordinary career with Adiós, a studio album released in 2017 shortly before his death.   ABOUT CLEARBROOK HOSPITALITY, LLC Clearbrook Hospitality, LLC is a subsidiary of Clearbrook Holdings Corp., a diversified management and private investment company. Led by President Ric Olsen, the Clearbrook Hospitality group consists of multiple, and growing, Nashville based initiatives including the Glen Campbell Museum and Rhinestone Stage, group sales, live music, consumer experience events, and transportation services.   PRESS CONTACT Caroline Galloway 440-591-3807 This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.    (Hi-res images available by request)