New Stars to Walk of Fame

Marty Stuart, Josh Turner and other artists received their stars on the Music City Walk of Fame in ceremonies held Sunday, April 19, in Nashville.

Also inducted into the Walk of Fame were Cowboy Jack Clement, music executive Mike Curb, gospel star CeCe Winans and African-American music preservationist Dr. R.H. Boyd.  This marked the sixth class of Walk of Fame members. The Music City Walk of Fame, located in downtown Nashville, is a joint effort of Gibson Guitars, the Nashville Convention & Visitors Bureau, the city of Nashville and Metro Parks, and is designed to honor artists who have made significant contributions to music in Nashville. Josh was humbled by the honor and told Nashville's daily newspaper The Tennessean, "I don't feel like I deserve it. But I'm going to work many years to get to where I do deserve it."

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