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Ronnie Milsap Joins State Music’s Corridor Of Fame

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Enlarge this imageSinger and songwriter Ronnie Milsap is really a new inductee into the Region New music Corridor Of Fame in Nashville, Tenn.Rick Diamond/Getty Imageshide captiontoggle Chase Winovich Jersey captionRick Diamond/Getty ImagesSinger and songwriter Ronnie Milsap is really a new inductee into your Region Songs Corridor Of Fame in Nashville, Tenn.Rick Diamond/Getty ImagesA new course of musicians was inducted on the State New music Hall of Fame Sunday night time, with blind singer and pianist Ronnie Milsap primary the group. Milsap’s job ranged from taking part in each early R&B and on the Elvis hit “Kentucky Rain” in the 1960s on the heights of solo succe s in the ’70s and ’80s. One of his biggest hits was 1980’s “Smoky Mountain Rain.” “Smoky Mountain Rain” was part of a string of cro https://www.patriotsglintshop.com/David-Andrews-Jersey sover hits for Milsap, as “(There’s) No Gettin’ Over Me” and “Any Day Now” were followed by 1983’s “Stranger in My House.” All of them had strong showings on the place, pop and adult contemporary charts. From Nashville, Blake Farmer of member station WPLN reports:”Ronnie Milsap says a fellow blind piano player the great Ray Charles gave him the boost of confidence to make it as a profe sional musician. Outside Nashville’s Place Music Hall of Fame, the 71-year-old Milsap addre sed reporters. ” ‘It’s a long time coming,’ Milsap said. ‘And I must say it’s a wonderful thing.’ “Also inducted were bluegra s vocalist John Hannah Jersey Mac Wiseman, who started off taking part in with Bill Monroe. He later started the Country Audio A sociation. “The late songwriter Hank Cochran rounded out the cla s. He penned hits for Patsy Cline, Eddy Arnold and George Straight. His widow accepted the Hall of Fame medallion on his behalf.” After Cochran’s death in 2010, country singer Jamey Johnson released an album called Living for a Song: A Tribute to Hank Cochran, featuring some of the wistful cla sics he wrote for other stars. Track No. 1 was “Make the World Go Away.”

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