RONNIE DUNN HONORED

The Friends of Oklahoma Music organization will induct Ronnie Dunn into the Oklahoma Music Hall of Fame at their annual ceremony tonight. "Tulsa is a huge part of who I am musically," says Ronnie. "For the most part, Oklahoma is where I honed everything I do. The lion's share of what I know, I learned in Oklahoma because it was such a rich musical scene." Ronnie will be there in person for the induction, which takes place at the historic Frisco Depot in Muskogee. He joins other Hall of Fame members Gene Autry, Roy Clark, Vince Gill, Woody Guthrie, Merle Haggard, Wanda Jackson, Patti Page and Bob Wills.

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