The 2020 Country Radio Hall of Fame Induction and Dinner ceremony has been postponed to an undisclosed date and time, the Country Radio Broadcasters announced Monday (July 20).
The annual event, initially scheduled for June 24, then re-scheduled for Sept. 3, is now on hold due to ongoing uncertainties surrounding the spread of COVID-19.
CRB/CRS Executive Director RJ Curtis commented, “The health and safety of our inductees, attendees, and sponsorship partners will always be of the utmost importance when planning any CRB event. We will properly honor the Country Radio Hall of Fame Class of 2020 at a future date to be announced. Moving forward, CRB staff will be focusing our attention on a memorable and successful CRS 2021.”
As previously announced, the 2020 Country Radio Hall of Fame inductees include three off-air radio broadcasters and three on-air radio personalities. The off-air honorees are Jim Duncan, Victor Sansone, and George Beasley. The on-air honorees are Tim Wilson, Chuck Edwards, and Mark “Hawkeye” Louis.
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