Songwriters Hall Announces 2007 Inductees

The Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame has announced its new class of inductees—legendary bluegrass duo Flatt & Scruggs, Hank Williams Jr., Bob Di Piero and Mac McAnally.

Also recognized for her career achievements is gospel artist Dottie Rambo, who will be honored with a special induction. Hank Williams Jr. will join his father, the late country icon Hank Williams, as the only father-and-son members. The new inductees will be officially welcomed at the 38th Annual Hall of Fame Dinner and Induction Ceremony, Oct. 14, in Nashville.

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