Brenda Lee to Receive Special Award

Country Music Hall of Fame member Brenda Lee is among the artists who will receive Lifetime Achievement Awards from the Recording Academy.

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The awards will be presented in Los Angeles, Feb. 7, the night before the annual Grammy awards. Other honorees include the late Western film star and singer Gene Autry, the Blind Boys of Alabama, the Four Tops, Dean Martin, jazz pianist Hank Jones and folk singer/songwriter Tom Paxton. “I have worked my whole lifetime to get to this point,” Brenda tells Nashville’s daily newspaper, The Tennessean. “To think that I would even be considered for the honor, I can’t believe it.”

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