Country music star Brad Paisley was honored in a very special way Thursday night in Music City.
The singer debuted his exhibit during a soft opening at the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum.
During the unveiling, Paisley talked about what the exhibit means to him and even joked that it felt like it was a posthumous tribute.
"That is what it felt like looking at the exhibit for the first time. It was like, well we're gonna miss him. It's really weird to see things that should've meant nothing to anyone, actually seem important when they're put behind glass in the greatest music museum in the world," Paisley said.
The exhibit includes guitars, pictures, awards and several photos of Paisley for visitors to see.
The exhibit will be open to the public starting on Friday.