Country Music Hall Of Fame Inducts Three New Members
October 30, 2007 at 7:00 AM (PT)
The COUNTRY MUSIC HALL OF FAME inducted it's three newest members during a medallion ceremony on SUNDAY night (10/28) in NASHVILLE. MCA artist VINCE GILL, singer/songwriter MEL TILLIS and broadcaster/personality RALPH EMERY are now firmly in place among the other immortals of Country music in the HOF's magnificant ROTUNDA. The star-studded event took place in the FORD THEATER at the HOF and featured performances by DIERKS BENTLEY, RAY STEVENS, RAUL MALO, RODNEY CROWELL, EMMY LOU HARRIS, MICHAEL McDONALD and GUY CLARK.
SUNDAY's event marked the first time that the formal inductions were held during the medallion ceremony, previously the official induction was held during the broadcast of the CMA AWARDS. The move to one ceremony is said to be a permanent switch. To read CMT's coverage of the event just click here.