The new banner depicts Ballerini singing to a crowd during one of her previous concerts. The black and white photo was taken at one of her shows in 2019. Now, the moment adorns the outer walls of the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum in Nashville, TN. In addition, it sits beside another banner of fellow country star Luke Combs.
In Ballerini’s post, she shares a picture of herself posing in front of her new banner and pointing to it. The musician is smiling ear to ear in the photo at the sight of her tour moment being displayed on the building. She called the particular photo one of her favorite moments of the tour. Additionally, she thanked the Country Music Hall of Fame and expressed how special the honor is to her.
“One of my favorite tour moments captured is now displayed outside of the country music hall of fame. This is so special thank you @officialcmhof & @_blythethomas.”
Ballerini Talks About the Song That Changed Her Life
During an interview with producer and DJ Jesse Frasure, Ballerini answered a question about which of her songs had the greatest impact on her life.
The singer’s first three songs all skyrocketed up the charts to number one. In fact, she became the first female artist to have her debut song reach number one since Carrie Underwood in 2006. “Love Me Like You Mean It,” “Dibs” and “Peter Pan” each hit number one on the charts. But, “Peter Pan” is the song that Ballerini considers a life-changing track.
“One that changed my life the most drastically that I point to all the time is Peter Pan,” Ballerini explained. “I remember when I signed as a songwriter and I knew I wanted to be an artist. And I didn’t know when and if that opportunity would come… [I was] aimlessly writing, trying to figure all my stuff out.”
The artist and her label knew “Peter Pan” had a chance of being a hit. Yet, they strategically chose to release the other two singles first.
“We all decided “Love You Like You Mean It,” would be the first, but we knew “Peter Pan” was the song,” Ballerini said. “It was this real interesting moment, like, this cosmic moment, with all these people sitting around a table. (It) sounds so unmagical. But that’s just kind of how these things happen.”