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North Carolina Music Hall of Fame 2016 Induction Ceremony

PERFORMERS ANNOUNCED FOR 2016 NC MUSIC HALL OF FAME INDUCTIONS FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Kannapolis, N.C. - The North Carolina Music Hall of Fame has announced guest appearances and live performances for its red carpet 2016 Induction Ceremony. The Hall of Fame’s annual Induction Ceremony, in an awards show format, will feature this year’s inductees accepting their Hall of Fame plaque, video biography presentations, and live performances by inductees. The Avett Brothers, The Band of Oz, David Holt and special guest artist Chairmen of the Board will perform live. Justin Robinson, original member of the Carolina Chocolate Drops will accept the award on behalf of the group but will not perform. Ron Tyson will not appear, he will be in Europe touring with his group The Temptations. The late Chuck Brown and the late Percy Heath are being inducted posthumously. Unfortunately, Kellie Pickler will not appear at the event. She was unable to cancel a prior USO commitment on that date. She will send a video to the event expressing her appreciation for the honor and her regrets for not being able to come. Kellie is hopeful that she may be able to attend a future Induction Ceremony as a presenter and perhaps as a performer. The 2016 Induction Ceremony will take place on October 20, 2016 at the Kannapolis Performing Arts Center. VIP guests will enjoy an exclusive reception at the Kannapolis City Hall Laureate Center. General admission tickets remain for the event but are selling quickly. Tickets may be purchased online at, or at the North Carolina Music Hall of Fame Museum, 600 Dale Earnhardt Blvd., Kannapolis. Contact the NCMHOF Museum for details (704) 934-2320. For more information please contact: North Carolina Music Hall of Fame Museum (704) 934-2320

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October 20, 2016

7:15PM - 11:00PM

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