Johnny Gimble Ricky Skaggs Dottie West Selected For Country Hall Of Fame

first_imgThree country legends get their due recognition among country music’s elitePhilip MerrillGRAMMYs Mar 27, 2018 – 3:10 pm On March 27 the Country Music Hall Of Fame announced its three 2018 selections for induction: Johnny Gimble, Ricky Skaggs and Dottie West. All three musicians left an indelible mark on the music industry, even beyond their native country genres, and they have the pedigrees to prove it.Singer/songwriter West won Best Country & Western Vocal Performance — Female GRAMMY at the 7th GRAMMY Awards for her 1965 hit “Here Comes My Baby.” Along with Patsy Cline and Loretta Lynn, West is still considered one of the leading ladies of country music.Swing fiddler Gimble, one of the most important fiddlers in the genre, earned his first GRAMMY win for Best Country Instrumental Performance at the 36th GRAMMY Awards for “Red Wing” and his second and final career win in the same category at the 38th GRAMMYs for “Hightower.” https://twitter.com/CountryMusic/status/978657017329078272 Johnny Gimble, Ricky Skaggs, Dottie West Selected For Country Hall Of Fame Skaggs is a man of many instruments, several genres, a composer, and producer, but first associations place him with a mandolin playing bluegrass. He’s won an impressive total of 14 career GRAMMYs for country and bluegrass. His most recent win was for Best Contemporary Christian Music Album at the 59th GRAMMY Awards for Love Remains.For these three country dynamos, the formal induction ceremony into the Country Hall in their honor will take place later this year.Catching Up On Music News Powered By The Recording Academy Just Got Easier. Have A Google Home Device? “Talk To GRAMMYs”Read more Country Hall Of Fame To Add Gimble, Skaggs, West johnny-gimble-ricky-skaggs-dottie-west-selected-country-hall-fame News Facebook Email Twitter last_img

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