Music City Walk of Fame

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Music City Walk of Fame Park sign, Nashville

The Music City Walk of Fame in downtown Nashville, Tennessee, is a walk of fame that honors significant contributors to Nashville's musical heritage and significant achievements in the music industry.[1]

Each honoree is commemorated with a large stainless steel and terrazzo star embedded in the sidewalk in Walk of Fame Park between the Country Music Hall of Fame, Bridgestone Arena, and Schermerhorn Symphony Center.[2][3]

The walk was established in 2006 by the Nashville Convention and Visitors Bureau.[1] Gibson Guitars is a founding sponsor.[4]

Since 2014, the park has been under construction and is set to be reopened on June 4th, 2015. A new plaque design will be revealed along with the induction of artists Jack White and Loretta Lynn.[5]

Inductees[edit]

Honorees are inducted twice annually, in the spring and fall.[4]

November 2006 inductees:[6]

April 2007 inductees:[7]

November 2007 inductees:[8]

April 2008 inductees:[9]

November 2008, inductees:[10]

April 2009 inductees:[11]

November 2009 inductees:[12]

November 2010 inductees:[13]

May 2011 inductees:[14]

October 2011 inductee:

November 2011 inductees:[15]

June 2012 inductees:[16]

September 2012 inductees:

June 2015 inductees:[17]

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