April 24, 2014 originally posted by this author/self on Examiner.
The Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum (CMHOF) in Nashville has announced it’s newest inductees for 2014. With the CMHOF celebrating 50 years of existence now, we’ve been hearing a lot lately about the facility and the upgrades to the building in recent times.
We wrote about the inductees for 2013 in an article titled ‘Country Music Hall of Fame: 3 newest to be inducted’ and this years group of newcomers to the Hall of Fame are shown in the (formerly) attached photos. There’s no surprise on these three 2014 deserving candidates for the honor, one of which, Hank Cochran, will be honored posthumously for his song-writing.
On hand to help with the events of the day was one of last year’s Hall of Fame inductees, singer Bobby Bare, along with one of the modern-day country music stars, Hunter Hays. Honored with this years selection were also bluegrass singer Mac Wiseman and country music star Ronnie Milsap.
Singer/Songwriter Mac Wiseman is 1 of the 3 newest inductees into the 2014 Country Music Hall Of Fame.
Singer/Songwriter Ronnie Milsap is 1 of the 3 newest inductees into the 2014 Country Music Hall Of Fame.
Singer/Songwriter Hank Cochran is 1 of the 3 newest inductees into the 2014 Country Music Hall Of Fame. (His wife appeared on his behalf.)