Vince Gill, Don McLean, Ray Stevens and Marty Stewart and His Fabulous Superlatives are among the musicians honored at the Musicians Hall of Fame and Museum’s 2022 concert and induction ceremony. The event is set for Tuesday, November 22 at 7 pm CT at the Nashville Municipal Auditorium.
Jim Guercio will receive the Producer Award and George Massenberg will receive the Engineer Award.
Phil Vassar will host the show, which will feature live performances by Rodney Crowell, Steve Miller, Wendy Moten and Mike Farris, with more performers to be announced. This is the Musicians Hall of Fame’s seventh induction ceremony, but the first since 2019. There was an induction ceremony every year from 2007–09, but since then they have been irregular in 2014, 2016, 2019 and 2022.
Marty Stewart and His Fabulous Superlatives with Stewart, Chris Scruggs, Harry Stinson, Kenny Vaughn and Mick Conley.
The induction ceremony and concert follow the recent death of Musicians Hall of Fame founder Joe Chambers, who died Sept. 28 after an extended illness. He was 68.
“We are proud to honor Joe’s legacy by celebrating this year’s inductees with a night of vibrant live music and special performances by legendary musicians,” said Linda Chambers, executive vice president and chief operating officer of the Musicians Hall of Fame. ), said in a statement.
Tickets are on sale now. A limited number of tickets are sold here to the general public.
The Musicians Hall of Fame and Museum honors all musicians “regardless of genre or instrument,” according to a statement. Inductees are nominated by current members of the American Federation of Musicians and other music industry professionals. The Hall’s newest addition, The Grammy Museum Gallery, is a 9,000-square-foot, interactive exhibit where visitors can learn about every aspect of the music industry.
For more information about the Musicians Hall of Fame and Museum, including membership details, visit musicianshalloffame.com.