Event is October 22nd in Downtown Nashville
Garth Brooks, Brooks & Dunn, Zac Brown, Vince Gill, Paul Simon and Trisha Yearwood are among the performers at the 2019 Musicians Hall of Fame induction ceremony. The event will be Tuesday, October 22nd at the Schermerhorn Symphony Center in Nashville with Paul Schaffer hosting.
“This celebratory concert is a peerless night in Nashville to celebrate music and true musicians,” states Joe Chambers, founder of the Musicians Hall of Fame. “From start to finish, our inductees will have their legacy honored by some of the world’s top musicians in unexpected and exciting performances. The exceptional collection of talent announced today should hint at what we have in store for guests – it will be a night to remember that can only happen in Nashville.”
The acts will be honoring inductees Alabama, Steve Wariner, The Surfaris and Don Everly, Felix Cavaliere, studio musicians Eddie Bayers, Paul Franklin, John Hobbs, Brent Mason, Michael Rhodes and more.
In addition to their induction, Alabama’s Jeff Cook, Teddy Gentry and Randy Owen will receive the first ever Life Time Achievement Award from the Musicians Hall of Fame.
“Getting the first Lifetime Achievement Award and going in the Musicians Hall of Fame is very humbling,” Owen says of the induction. “I am thankful to be a musician, a singer, a songwriter and for being able to make a living through touring and recording for the last 50 years.”
Tickets are available via the Schermerhorn Symphony Center and start at $55 each.
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