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Announcing The 2019 Hall Of Fame Inductees

The North Carolina Music Hall of Fame has announced this year’s seven inductees…

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Announcing The 2018 Hall Of Fame Inductees

The North Carolina Music Hall of Fame has announced this year’s seven inductees…

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2014 Induction Ceremony Photo Gallery

Check out photos from our 2014 Induction Ceremony.

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2013 Induction Ceremony Photo Gallery

Check out photos from our 2013 Induction Ceremony.

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2012 Induction Ceremony Photo Gallery

Check out photos from the 2012 Induction Ceremony.

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2011 Induction Ceremony Photo Gallery

Check out photos from our 2011 Induction Ceremony.

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2010 Induction Ceremony Photo Gallery

Check out photos from the 2010 Induction Ceremony.

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2015 Induction Ceremony

VIP tickets include a private indoor/outdoor Inductee “Meet & Greet” cocktail reception and access to our post ceremony celebration.

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Press Release – Announcing The 2015 Induction Ceremony

For Immediate Release

Kannapolis – The North Carolina Music Hall of Fame has announced the names of this year’s inductees. The ceremony will take place this fall. The following are the 2015 class of inductees:

Gerald Alston – Lead singer of the popular R&B/POP group the “Manhattans” – Henderson, NC.

Eric Church – Country Rock Musician/Singer – this year’s Country Music Hall of Fame nominee – Granite Falls, NC

Chuck Jackson – R&B/POP singer of the huge, national top selling hit recordings, “Any Day Now” & “I Don’t Want To Cry” – Winston Salem, NC.

Warren Haynes – Southern Rock guitarist/singer with the “Allman Bros. Band” & founder/member of the “Gov’t Mule Band”- Asheville, NC

The Fantastic Shakers – A popular, pioneer Carolina Beach Music Band – Lincolnton, NC.

Jay Spell (deceased) – Musician/Arranger – Performed with Hall of Fame artists Ronnie Milsap, Jimmy Buffett and others – Spivey Corners, NC.

Nappy Brown (deceased) –Popular Blues/R&B singer during the late 1940’s and the early 1950’s – Charlotte, NC.

The Rev. F.C. Barnes (deceased) – Gospel Singer/ Songwriter of a national hit gospel song “Rough Side of The Mountain” – Rocky Mount, NC.

The induction ceremony will take place Thursday, October 15 at the historic Gem Theater in Kannapolis, NC. This event is open to the public. VIP and general admission tickets will go on sale early summer at the North Carolina Music Hall of Fame Museum. Call or visit the NC Music Hall of Fame Museum for more details.

For more information contact:

Eddie Ray
Operations Director/Vice Chair Chairman
704-934-2320 (Museum)
703-346-6241 (Mobile)
info@northcarolinamusichalloffame.org

Bill Kopald
Chairman
(336) 299-2520 (Office)
(336) 337-2521 (Mobile)
bkokpald@bellsouth.net

Press Release – Announcing The 2013 Induction Ceremony

North Carolina Music Hall of Fame 2013 Induction Ceremony

For Immediate Release

Kannapolis – The North Carolina Music Hall of Fame has announced the names of this year’s inductees. The ceremony will take place Thursday, October 17.

PERFORMING ARTISTS:

Alicia Bridges, Recording Artist (“I Love The Nightlife”), Lawndale, NC

Grady Tate, Jazz Drummer/Performer, (Drummer on the “Tonight Show with Johnny Carson”), Durham, NC

The Catalinas, Recording Artists (“Summertime’s Call Me”), Charlotte/Statesville, NC

John P. Kee, Gospel Recording Artist, (New Life Community Choir) Durham, NC

Willie Weeks, Musician, (Bass guitarist for Eric Clapton), Salemburg, NC

NON PERFORMING ARTISTS:

Tony Brown, Musician/Country Record Producer (George Strait, Reba McIntyre, Vince Gill, Jimmy Buffet), Greensboro, NC

“Rick” Dees, Radio Personality, (recorded novelty song, “Disco Duck”) Greensboro, NC

DECEASED:

Del Reeves, Country Recording Artist (“Girl on The Billboard”), Sparta, NC

The induction ceremony will take place Thursday, October 17th at historic Gem Theater in Kannapolis. The evening will include a reception, the induction ceremony and a variety of entertainment.  Advance sale tickets and reservations are available at the museum at 109 West A Street, Kannapolis.

For more information contact:

Eddie Ray                                                                  

Operations Director/Vice Chair                                  704-934-2320 (Museum)                                           

703-346-6241 (Mobile)                                              

info@northcarolinamusichalloffame.org

Bill Kopald

Chairman

(336) 299-2520 (Office)

(336) 337-2521 (Mobile)

bkokpald@bellsouth.net

2012 Induction Ceremony

 

When:
October 11, 2012

Where:
Gibson Mill
Vintage Auto Club Conference and Events Center
325 McGill Avenue
Concord, NC 28027
Venue Website: http://www.vintagemotorclubnc.com/default.aspx

Ticket Price:
$80

The evening will include:
6:00pm Reception
7:00pm Dinner & Induction Ceremony with a variety of entertainment

Tickets are available at the NC Music Hall of Fame Museum:
109 West A Street
Kannapolis, NC 28081

For more information please call the North Carolina Music Hall of Fame Museum at 

North Carolina Music Hall of Fame 2012 Inductions

For Immediate Release

Kannapolis – The North Carolina Music Hall of Fame has announced the names of this year’s inductees. The ceremony will take place Thursday, October 11.

 

PERFORMING ARTISTS:

Tori Amos, Alternative Rock/POP, Newton, NC
Shirley Austin Reeves & Doris Kenner Jackson (Deceased), (original members
of the Shirelles), Henderson/ Goldsboro, NC
Jodeci, R&B/New Jack Swing, Charlotte, NC
Nantucket, Hard Rock, Jacksonville, NC
Stonewall Jackson, Country, Tabor City, NC
Lou Donaldson, Jazz/Bebop Saxophonist, Badin, NC

 

NON PERFORMING ARTISTS:

Fred Foster, Record Executive/Record Producer, Rutherford County, NC
(Founder of Monument Records)

J.E.Mainer, Blue Grass/ Country Fiddler, Weaverville, NC

The induction ceremony will take place Thursday, October 11th at Gibson Mill, Vintage Auto Club Conference and Events Center, 325 McGill Avenue, Concord. The evening will include a reception, dinner and induction ceremony with a variety of entertainment. Advance sale tickets and reservations are available at the museum at 109 West A Street, Kannapolis, NC.

 

For more information contact:

Eddie Ray
Operations Director/Vice Chair
704-934-2320 (Museum)
703-346-6241 (Mobile)
info@northcarolinamusichalloffame.org

Bill Kopald
Chairman
(336) 299-2520 (Office)
(336) 337-2521 (Mobile)
bkokpald@bellsouth.net

 

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