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The Honky Tonk Hall of Fame was created in 2000 by Grammy Winning Recording Artist Robert Reynolds and Music Historian Stephen M. Shutts. The collections of both individuals were married into one exhibit with the concept of placing the artifacts on tour, thus taking part of Nashville's history on the road. Today the exhibit shows stage clothing, ephemera, awards, personal effects, rare promotional material and celebrity vehicles from legendary recording artists Elvis, Buddy Holly, Johnny Cash, Patsy Cline, Hank Williams, Loretta Lynn, Roy Rogers and contemporaries such as Brooks & Dunn, Garth Brooks, Trisha Yearwood, Keith Urban, Toby Keith, Faith Hill and Tim McGraw to name a few. Due to the high profile nature of pop culture, memorabilia and collections, the owners of the Honky Tonk Hall of Fame found themselves facilitating multiple high profile endeavors including the World Record Auction of Elvis’s 1956 Audubon Drive Home. The home eventually sold for $1,000,00! As seen on Jay Leno’s Tonight Show, CNN, Headline News, in USA Today, Country Weekly and every major newspaper in the world, the sale as conducted by Stephen M. Shutts and Robert Reynolds the Honky Tonk Hall of Fame took on new dimensions. Once again The Honky Tonk Hall of Fame made headline news with the acquisition of Americas second and oldest AND Elvis’s favorite roller coaster, the Zippin Pippin! Everyone from CNN and to Newsweek reported the sale from Memphis, TN. For 2007 and 2008, the Honky Tonk Hall of Fame is providing new dimensions to their touring exhibits with the Original TV Series Batmobile, Batman Movie Batmobile, Evel Knievel's Gold Plated Harley-Davidson, Breweriana Exhibit (from the worlds largest beer can collection!) and the Intimidation Station (extensive collection of pesonal items from NASCAR's Legendary Driver...Dale Earnhardt!!).