Walk of Fame Welcomes New Members

The Music City Walk of Fame welcomed its newest inductees with a ceremony in Nashville, Sunday, Nov. 8.

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The new inductees are: Dolly Parton, Charlie Daniels, Ernest Tubb, "Tootsie" Bess, the founder of the legendary Tootsie's Orchid Lounge in Nashville and Kid Rock. The Music City Walk of Fame, located in downtown Nashville near the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum, honors artists and other key figures who have made significant contributions to preserving Nashville's musical heritage. "It strikes me in a pure place in my heart and in my soul to know that I am part of this wonderful city and of all the wonderful things that have been here," Dolly told the assembled crowd in receiving her honor." Charlie added, "To be able to live here and to be recognized as part of the music business is very special."

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