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EntertainmentAlabama, Don Everly Set for Musicians Hall of Fame

02:40  17 july  2019
02:40  17 july  2019 Source:   rollingstone.com

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Alabama , Don Everly Set for Musicians Hall of Fame . In addition to Wariner and Alabama ’s Jeff Cook, Teddy Gentry, and Randy Owen, other inductees include Don Everly , one-half of the influential rock and country duo the Everly Brothers, whose distinctive rhythm guitar intro to the pair’s massive

The Musicians Hall of Fame & Museum, which recognizes the contributions of performers, producers and others in rock & roll, country music and beyond, has announced its 2019 class of inductees. Alabama and Steve Wariner represent the country field, in addition to legendary producers Billy

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The Musicians Hall of Fame & Museum, which recognizes the contributions of performers, producers and others in rock & roll, country music and beyond, has announced its 2019 class of inductees. Alabama and Steve Wariner represent the country field, in addition to legendary producers Billy Sherrill and Owen Bradley. This year’s inductees, some of whom receive special recognition for specific musical works or other achievements, will be honored with a concert at Nashville’s Schermerhorn Symphony Center on October 22nd.

In addition to Wariner and Alabama’s Jeff Cook, Teddy Gentry, and Randy Owen, other inductees include Don Everly, one-half of the influential rock and country duo the Everly Brothers, whose distinctive rhythm guitar intro to the pair’s massive hit “Wake Up Little Susie” earns the organization’s Iconic Riff Award. The Rascals’ keyboardist, Felix Cavaliere, a member of the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame and Songwriters Hall of Fame, will also be inducted.

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Shannon McCombs of CDX Country News speaks with ALABAMA (L-R: Randy Owen, Jeff Cook, Teddy Gentry) after they become inducted into the Musicians Hall of

On September 11, 2019 the Musicians Hall of Fame and Museum will be offering free admittance to police officers, veterans, active duty, fire fighters, and all first responders. See ALABAMA , Don Everly , The Players, and more at Schermerhorn Symphony Center on Oct.

The late Owen Bradley, who produced recordings by Brenda Lee, Loretta Lynn, and Patsy Cline, will be inducted in the category of Musicians Hall of Fame Producer, while another famed Nashville figure — songwriter, producer, and Engineer Billy Sherrill, who led recording sessions for George Jones, Tammy Wynette and dozens of others — is the recipient of the 2019 Musicians Hall of Fame Engineer Award.

Three groups of studio session players are being recognized: Nashville’s modern “A-Team” musicians (Eddie Bayers, Paul Franklin, John Hobbs, Brent Mason, Michael Rhodes), who follow in the tradition of the original A-Team; the Original Muscle Shoals Rhythm Section (David Briggs, Jerry Carrigan, Norbert Putnam, Terry Thompson and friends Earl “Peanutt” Montgomery, Joe South, and Reggie Young), who played on some of popular music’s most legendary recordings at Rick Hall’s Fame Studios in Muscle Shoals, Alabama.; and the Muscle Shoals Horn Section (Aaron Brown, Harrison Calloway, Ronnie Eades, Charlie Rose and Harvey Thompson).

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Since 1969, pioneering country group Alabama have been delivering an influential brand of high-energy performances that have culminated in numerous Entertainer of the Year honors and membership in the Country Music Hall of Fame . Alabama , Don Everly Set for Musicians Hall of Fame .

Alabama , Don Everly Set for Musicians Hall of Fame . Larry Gatlin, who joins the Hall of Fame in the veteran songwriter/artist category, has the distinction of having written — on his own — every chart single scored in both his solo career and as a member of the Gatlin Brothers.

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Pre-sale tickets for the Musicians Hall of Fame ceremony will be available August 2nd for Musicians Hall of Fame & Museum members, with tickets on sale for the public August 5th via the Schermerhorn Symphony Center box office.

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