The Hall of Fame would expand between 30,000- to 50,000-square feet, including a state-of-the art interactive museum featuring 3-D virtual reality exhibits and housing memorabilia of past inductees.
In addition to honoring musical stars of R&B, the museum would pay homage to the radio personalities and other behind-the-scenes heroes of the music genre. For another element of flair, the attraction would also have a Walk of Fame with statues of some of the R&B greats. The goal would be to honor some of Georgia’s R&B legends, such as Ray Charles, Little Richard and Redding, with artist-specific wings.
With a cost estimated between $10 million and $50 million, the Hall of Fame foundation is active working to pursue private donations.
For more on the museum, visit https://www.rbhof.com/.