Johnny Cash, Miranda Lambert Get Music City Walk Of Fame Stars

(Gibson) Johnny Cash, Miranda Lambert, legendary Stax Records guitarist and producer Steve Cropper and ex-Grand Ole Opry executive E.W. 'Bud' Wendell, all received stars on the Music City Walk Of Fame in Nashville on Tuesday, October 6th.

Created in 2006, the Music City Walk Of Fame is located on Nashville's Music Mile, a stretch that connects downtown Nashville to Music Row, the heart of the city's music industry. Permanent sidewalk medallions with the names of the inductees are displayed in a star-and-guitar design.

"This group of inductees represents the diverse genres of music that are thriving in Nashville" said Ken Levitan, Chairman of the Nashville Convention & Visitors Corp Board of Directors.

He continued, "You have country music's reigning Female Vocalist of the Year in Miranda Lambert to a songwriter and guitar man like Steve Cropper whose contributions to soul music in the 1960s are timeless works to the incomparable Johnny Cash." Read more here.

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