Country Music Hall of Fame

Garth Brooks and Kix Brooks Play the Name Game
Kix Brooks jokes that half the records he and singing partner Ronnie Dunn sold as Brooks & Dunn were because someone wanting a Garth Brooks album reached into the wrong 'Brooks' section at the retail store. It may be closer to the truth that the two could be long-lost cousins, as t…
Don Williams, Jimmy Dean Are Newest Hall of Fame Members
Sidelined with bronchitis, Don Williams was unable to attend what he calls "the biggest honor of my life," the Medallion ceremony celebrating his induction into the Country Music Hall of Fame on Sunday night. The singer was taken to a Kentucky hospital for treatment on Friday (Octo…
Ferlin Husky’s Future Paved With Honors
Pioneer country artist Ferlin Husky, best known for the No. 1 country tunes 'Gone' (1957) and 'Wings of a Dove' (1960) -- both crossover hits reaching No. 4 and No. 12 on the pop charts respectively -- will be receiving a special honor in his hometown of Leadwood, Mo...

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