Charles Esten, Star of ABC's NASHVILLE, To Host 2014 Musicians Hall of Fame Awards Show, Tues., January 28
7 p.m. at Nashville's Historic Municipal Auditorium
Don Felder, Former Lead Guitarist for The Eagles, Set to Appear
Artists Slated to Perform Include: Grammy Award winner Peter Frampton, Kenny Wayne Shepherd, Double Trouble, Randy Bachman, Will Lee, ZZ Top's Billy Gibbons, Duane Eddy, Jimmy Capps, The Oak Ridge Boys and more!
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(NASHVILLE, TN) - Charles Esten, star of ABC'S NASHVILLE, will serve as master of ceremonies for the 2014 Musicians Hall of Fame Awards Show and Induction Ceremony, taking place at Nashville's Historic Municipal Auditorium on Tuesday, January, 28. Showtime is 7 p.m. Tickets are ON SALE NOW for the show. Click here for ticket purchase information through Ticketmaster.
This will be the first Musicians Hall of Fame Award show held at the Nashville's Historic Municipal Auditorium, the new home of the Musicians Hall of Fame and Museum.
2014 inductees include Grammy award winner Peter Frampton, Roy Orbison, Barbara Mandrell (first female to be inducted), Stevie Ray Vaughan and Double Trouble, Will Lee, Jimmy Capps, Ben Keith, Buddy Guy, Velma Smith, Corki Casey O'Dell, Randy Bachman and Mike Curb. Click here for further information on inductees.
A host of incredible artists will be on hand to help welcome this class of multi-genre inductees including Neil Young, Buffy Sainte-Marie, Steve Wariner, Brenda Lee, and the aforementioned Billy Gibbons, The Oak Ridge Boys, Don Felder, Kenny Wayne Shepherd and more.
For media inquiries or press credentials for the show, please contact Shari Lacy, GoodStuff PR Co. at firstname.lastname@example.org or via phone at 615.525.5303. For information on sponsorships for the 2014 Induction Ceremony contact Shauna Collins at email@example.com or (615)752.2942.
The Musicians Hall of Fame and Museum (MHOF) honors all musicians regardless of genre or instrument. The MHOF timeline starts with the beginning of recorded music and inductees are nominated by current members of the American Federation of Musicians and by other music industry professionals.
The Musicians Hall of Fame and Museum re-opened in its new 68,000 sq. ft. location on the first floor of Nashville’s Historic Municipal Auditorium on August 29, 2013.
For More Information please visit www.musicianshalloffame.com