From The Tennessean, read the original article here.
There are hundreds of rare artifacts from the Rolling Stones' career on display at the band's "Exhibitionism" exhibit at Nashville's Musician's Hall of Fame and Museum.
And for one night, you could also find another priceless piece of the Stones: Ronnie Wood.
The band's guitarist paid a visit to the exhibit on Wednesday to return one of his personal guitars to a display. He'd recently been using the custom Zemaitis electric in the studio.
"We no longer have an empty space," Wood said as he unzipped the guitar from his gig bag and placed it behind the glass. He told the attending media he'd used it on bits of the Stones' last album, the 2016 covers collection "Blue & Lonesome."
Wood made sure the guitar was securely placed, then smiled as he turned back to the cameras.
"Like a woman, it's got nice hips," he joked.
Ronnie Wood visits Nashville's Rolling Stones exhibit
Ronnie Wood visits Nashville's Rolling Stones exhibit at the Musicians Hall of Fame on April 5, 2018. (Photo: Wade Payne)
"It's nice to be here, and I hope everyone enjoys the exhibition as much as I enjoyed having a look around. I'm gonna have another look now."
“Exhibitionism” opened in Nashville last week and will remain there through June.
Nashville is the final U.S. city to host “Exhibitionism” before it moves overseas, following stints in New York City, Chicago and Las Vegas. In an interview with The Tennessean last month, frontman Mick Jagger said Nashville was a fitting host for the exhibit, as “a big American center of music.”
If You Go
"Exhibitionism: The Rolling Stones Exhibit" is open now and runs through June 30 at the Musicians Hall of Fame and Museum, 401 Gay St.
Tickets are $39.50 for adults, $19.50 for ages 7-17, and children 6 and under are free.
Fans can get advance tickets at www.stonesexhibit.com, as well as the museum box office.