Vince Gill, Ray Stevens, Marty Stuart and More Tapped For Musicians Hall of Fame Induction

Tickets for the Musicians Hall of Fame Nov. 22 induction are on sale now through Ticketmaster.

Awards show season has arrived in the country music industry, and ahead of the upcoming BMI, ASCAP and CMA Awards – and on the heels of Country Music Hall of Fame inductions – the Musicians Hall of Fame revealed its 2022 roster of inductees.

Ray Stevens, Vince Gill, Marty Stuart & His Fabulous Superlatives, Don McClean, engineer George Massenburg, and producer Jim Guercio will be inducted into the Musicians Hall of Fame on Nov. 22 during a formal induction ceremony at Nashville's Municipal Auditorium.

"Since I originally came to Nashville to be a session musician and play on recording sessions, this is really a great honor!" Stevens said in a statement.

 Phil Vassar will host the event, including performances from Rodney Crowell, Steve Miller, Wendy Moten, Mike Farris, and more.

Stevens, Gill and Stuart are members of the Country Music Hall of Fame.

Stevens has logged six decades in the music business. He has been a session musician, a TV celebrity, a song publisher, a singer, a record producer, a real-estate magnate, a label owner, a nightclub entrepreneur, a music arranger, a video, a studio builder, a pop-music hitmaker, a comic, a gospel artist and a country star. His hits include comedy songs like "The Streak" and serious fares "Everything Is Beautiful." He was elected to the Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame in 1980.

Gill broke into country music in 1990 with his seminal hit "When I Call Your Name" and won 19 CMA Awards and 22 Grammy Awards. He's a member of the Grand Ole Opry and the Country Music Hall of Fame. He's now a member of the Eagles and was recently lauded as a CMT GIANT.

Stuart has been an active musician in seven decades. He started touring with Lester Flatt, then joined Johnny Cash's road band before he became a solo artist in the 1980s. He has recorded more than 20 studio albums and has charted more than 30 times on the Billboard Hot Country Songs charts, including his biggest hit, "The Whiskey Ain't Workin'," a duet with Travis Tritt. Stuart has won five Grammy Awards and is known for his signature concoction of rockabilly, country rock, and bluegrass.

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