NASHVILLE (AP) – The Resistol hat that became Terri Clark’s trademark will be among the items on display during an exhibit about her at the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum in Nashville. “Terri Clark: Canadian Country Singer” will also display the original manuscript for “Better Things To Do,” the duster she wore on the back cover of her “Just the Same” album, the microphone and stand she used while co-hosting “America’s Morning Show” and the trophy she got when she was inducted into the Grand Ole Opry. The exhibit opens next Thursday and runs through the end of the year. Clark will do an interview and performance at the museum on October 12.
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