(CelebrityAccess MedaiWire) —
The North American Country Music Association International (NACMAI) welcomed five artists into its Hall of Fame on March 13 at the Country Tonite Theater in Pigeon Forge, TN.
Hosted by Grand Ole Opry star Jeanne Pruett and Jett Williams, daughter of the late Hank Williams, Hall of Fame inductees included Jim Ed Brown & The Browns, steel guitarist John Hughey, Stonewall Jackson, “Queen of Gospel Music” Dottie Rambo and T.G. Sheppard. Each performed their classic hits. Jackson is the only inductee to have hits on the country, pop and R&B charts.
Hughey was given the "Country Legend Award" accepted by David McCormick, owner of the
Ernest Tubb Record Shop Chain. — Jane Cohen and Bob Grossweiner