Lady Antebellum, Clint Black, and Mac McAnally will be officially inducted into the Music City Walk of Fame in Nashville during a ceremony later this month.
Lady A’s new album, Ocean, comes out November 15 and features their top fifteen hit, “What If I Never Get over You.”
Clint, of course, is the legend behind hits like “Killin’ Time,” and is also a member of country’s famed Class of ’89, which took the genre to new heights. McAnally’s won the CMA Musician of the Year award an incredible ten times.
Producer and famed guitarist Chet Atkins will posthumously get a star as well, alongside DeFord Bailey, the harmonica virtuoso who was the first African-American member of the Grand Ole Opry. Bailey was featured prominently in Ken Burns‘ recent Country Music documentary series.
The induction will take place October 22 in Nashville’s Walk of Fame Park, across from the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum. At the end of the ceremony, there’ll be nearly ninety stars on display.
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