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Shelburne Honored with Exhibit at the Kentucky Music Hall of Fame

NASHVILLE, Tenn.- Rising country singer/songwriter JD Shelburne spreads familiar cheer to all with the release of an electrifying Christmas cover of “Run Run Rudolph,” originally performed by Chuck Berry. Santa Claus himself will be jamming to Shelburne’s rendition of this classic hit in his sleigh. JD ignites the spirit of the season with this high energy, country spin on a holiday classic, “Run Run Rudolph” which was exclusively premiered by Taste of Country on December 3rd.

To listen to “Run Rudolph Run” on Taste of Country visit HERE.

In addition to the “Run Rudolph Run” release, Shelburne was recently honored with his own exhibit at the Kentucky Music Hall of Fame. These exhibits serve as an effort to highlight artists who have made a lasting impact on the music industry. On their official website, visitors will find more information about each artist and when their exhibit will become available for public viewing in the museum. All unveiling ceremonies will follow social distancing guidelines. Shelburne expresses his gratitude and love for the state that set a fire in his heart.

“As a fellow Kentuckian, I am humbled to know that I will have an exhibit in the Kentucky Music Hall of Fame,” said Shelburne. “I am grateful and honored to know that I have achieved enough success in my career to achieve something of this caliber. I cannot put into words what this means and what the Commonwealth, the fans, my hometown, my family all mean to me. My roots still run deep down an ole dirt road that traces back to Taylorsville, KY for generations and beyond.”

As part of a special unveiling of his exhibit at the Kentucky Country Music Hall of Fame, Shelburne was presented with a formal acclamation from Governor Andy Beshear of Kentucky, honoring JD Shelburne for his accomplishments in country music.

“What an incredible honor from the Governor of Kentucky to acknowledge my career and issue this wonderful acclamation recognizing it. Thank you to the Governor and staff,” shares Shelburne.

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