The Musicians Hall Of Fame & Museum inducted a new class of talents on Tuesday night (Nov. 22) at Nashville’s Historic Municipal Auditorium.
ZZ Top’s Billy F Gibbons, Don McLean, Marty Stuart and The Fabulous Superlatives (Chris Scruggs, Harry Stinson, Kenny Vaughan, and Mick Conley), Ray Stevens, Vince Gill, engineer George Massenburg, and producer James William Guercio were all honored during the ceremony, which was emceed by Phil Vassar.
The special evening featured performances by inductees Gill, McLean, Stevens, and Stuart, along with special guests Rodney Crowell, Mike Farris, Home Free, Steve Miller, Wendy Moten, Ryan Wariner, Steve Wariner, and Chris Willis.
Attendees were also treated to a two-song set from Gibbons, who was presented with the Iconic Riff Award by Wariner in recognition of the many contributions he’s made to music, including his signature riffs heard on ZZ Top songs like “Tush,” “Sharp Dressed Man” and “La Grange.”
“The Musicians Hall of Fame is strong and will stay strong because of the quality of inductees like we have tonight,” notes Musicians Hall of Fame & Museum CEO and Co-Founder Linda Chambers.
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