Gene Stout of the P-I says in today's paper that this is a must-see for anyone who enjoys strolling through Flatstock at Bumbershoot. I'd add to that that it's a must-see for anyone interested not just in music, but a significant piece of American history. Out of all the things that made my trip to Nashville amazing (which included sitting near Emmylou Harris at an acoustic Steve Earle show and saying hi to Earle on the street earlier in the day), dropping by Hatch was at the top of the list...beat out only by seeing the suit Hank Williams wore for his first Opry performance hanging in the Country Music Hall of Fame.
The show will run through July 16, so you have plenty of time to check it out. But this weekend's opening will feature a letterpress workshop and a performance by REVERBfest fave Michael Vermillion.