Today In Country Music History: Music City Walk Of Fame
Hollywood has a walk of fame for their stars so why wouldn’t Nashville want to celebrate the incredible number of stars that have come from their city and walked their streets. On November 5th, 2006, they started up their very own Music City Walk Of Fame.
I’ve never been to Nashville. I’ve always wanted to go but haven’t ever taken the time to do it. It’s stuff like this that I’d love to see. The Country Music Hall Of Fame, The Grand Ole’ Opry, and The Music City Walk Of Fame.
It was today in 2006 when Reba McEntire, Ronnie Milsap, and Roy Orbison were among the first 6 to get their star. Since then, they have been joined by people like Wynonna Judd, Emmylou Harris, Vince Gill, Jimi Hendrix, Rodney Crowell, and more. This year Alan Jackson and Kix Brooks are among the people getting stars. To check out the entire nominee list, and for more info, go to their website.
For more country music history that happened on November 5th, check out CMT.com.