The Lilly Brothers And Don Stover Enter Bluegrass Hall Of Honor

Bluegrass musicians The Lilly Brothers and Don Stover and record company executive David Freeman will be inducted into the Bluegrass Music's Hall of Honor on October 17 during the International Bluegrass Music Awards Show at the Kentucky Center for the Arts in Louisville, Kentucky. The Bluegrass Music's Hall of Honor is housed in the International Bluegrass Music Museum in Owensboro, Kentucky. The museum is an institution devoted to the recognition of noteworthy individuals for their outstanding contributions to bluegrass music. The Hall of Honor was founded in 1991 and is the music industry's highest tribute to the pioneers of bluegrass music and the people who have made it great.

Inductees:

1991: Lester Flatt, Bill Monroe, Earl Scruggs

1992: Don Reno & "Red" Smiley, The Stanley Brothers–Carter & Ralph

1993: Jim & Jesse McReynolds, Mac Wiseman

1994: The Osborne Brothers

1995: Jimmy Martin

1996: The Country Gentlemen, Peter V. Kuykendall

1997: Josh Graves

1998: Chubby Wise, Carlton Haney

1999: Kenny Baker

2000: Doc Watson, Lance LeRoy

2001: The Carter Family

2002: The Lilly Brothers & Don Stover, David Freeman

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