Reba McEntire, Jean Shepard And Bobby Braddock Inducted Into The Country Music Hall Of Fame
May 23, 2011 at 9:13 AM (PT)
REBA McENTIRE, JEAN SHEPARD and BOBBY BRADDOCK were inducted into the COUNTRY MUSIC HALL OF FAME last night (5/22) in NASHVILLE during the HALL’s MEDALLION CEREMONY.
GEORGE JONES, GARTH BROOKS, VINCE GILL, MIRANDA LAMBERT, BLAKE SHELTON, KELLY CLARKSON, BILL ANDERSON, VINCE GILL and ELIZABETH COOK sang for the new inductees. BROOKS sang “Whoever’s In New England,” and other performances of McENTIRE hits came from TRISHA YEARWOOD, with sister SUSIE McENTIRE, GILL, CLARKSON and MARTINA McBRIDE. BILL ANDERSON inducted BRADDOCK and then he was joined by JONES for “He Stopped Loving Her Today,” with BRADDOCK on piano.
“JEAN SHEPARD did so much for women in country music,” McENTIRE said. “I’m honored to be going into the HALL OF FAME with her.”
“There’ve been a lot of changes in country music,” SHEPARD said. “I love some of them. I love REBA.”
Check out more about the MEDALLION CEREMONY from THE TENNESSEAN here.