Country Music Hall of Fame Gains New Members: Everly Brothers, Waylon Jennings, Charlie and Ira Louvin and Others

As part of the festivities around the opening of the new Hall of Fame building, the CMA will hold a mass Hall of Fame induction during a special ceremony in Nashville on Oct. 4.

Among the inductees are The Everly Brothers, Waylon Jennings, and Bill Anderson, to name a few. They will also be recognized during the 35th Annual CMA Awards, on Nov. 7, broadcasted on CBS.

Other inductees include: The Delmore Brothers, singer/songwriter Don Gibson, Homer & Jethro, the Jordanaires, Columbia Records executive Don Law, and Charlie and Ira Louvin.

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