New Inductees to Walk of Fame

Charlie Daniels, Dolly Parton, Ernest Tubb, legendary Nashville club owner "Tootsie" Bess and Kid Rock have been announced as the newest inductees to the Music City Walk of Fame in downtown Nashville.

The new honorees will be recognized with the unveiling of commemorative sidewalk markers Sunday, Nov. 8, beginning at 2 p.m. The Walk of Fame is located in the Hall of Fame Park in downtown Nashville. The induction ceremony, which is sponsored by Great American Country, is free and open to the public. The Music City Walk of Fame is an official project of Music City, Inc., the charitable foundation of the Nashville Convention & Visitors Bureau, and is produced with the support of presenting sponsor Gibson Guitar and sponsors GAC, the City of Nashville and Metro Parks. Additional sponsors include Makers Mark and Hard Rock Café. Created in 2006, the Music City Walk of Fame pays tribute to artists and industry figures who have made significant contributions to preserving Nashville's musical heritage.

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