NASHVILLE, Tenn. (November 22, 2022) — Billy F Gibbons, Don McLean, Marty Stuart and The Fabulous Superlatives (Chris Scruggs, Harry Stinson, Kenny Vaughan, and Mick Conley), Ray Stevens, and Vince Gill — along with engineer George Massenburg and producer James William Guercio — were inducted into the Musicians Hall of Fame & Museum tonight. Held at held at Nashville’s Historic Municipal Auditorium and emceed by award-winning recording artist Phil Vassar, the induction ceremony and concert featured performances by several Musicians Hall of Fame inductees including Vince Gill, Don McLean, Ray Stevens, Marty Stuart and The Fabulous Superlatives, special guest performers including Rodney Crowell, Mike Farris, Home Free, Steve Miller, Wendy Moten, Ryan Wariner, Steve Wariner, and Chris Willis, presenters Bergen White, Dave Pomeroy, Emmylou Harris, Kenny Passarelli, Ranger Doug, and Russell Ziecker,Billy F Gibbons, who was presented with the Iconic Riff Award by Steve Wariner in recognition of the many contributions he’s made to music, including his signature riffs heard on ZZ Top songs like “Tush,” “Sharp Dressed Man” and “La Grange.” Danny Rader served as musical director for the house band, composed of Dann Huff, Chris Leuzinger, Steve Wariner, Gordon Kennedy, Mark Hill, Mark Beckett, Eric Darken, Paul Franklin, John Jarvis and Mike Rojas. The Horn Section featured Emmanuel Echem, Roy Agee, Max Dvorin, Mike Haynes and Sam Levine with Background Vocalists, David Wilder, Vickie Carrico and Marcia Ware Wilder. “The Musicians Hall of Fame is strong and will stay strong because of the quality of inductees like we have tonight,” said Musicians Hall of Fame & Museum CEO and Co-Founder Linda Chambers.Attendees were treated to a two-song set from About Musicians Hall of Fame & Museum:Joe Chambers was an accomplished musician and songwriter, and, as a couple, Joe and Linda Chambers opened a chain of guitar stores, Chambers Guitars. The couple co-founded and opened the Musicians Hall of Fame & Museum in 2006 on 6th Avenue South. They relocated to what is now known as the Musicians Hall of Fame & Museum at Nashville’s Historic Municipal Auditorium in 2013 and also houses the GRAMMY Gallery. The museum, revered by artists including Keith Richards, Garth Brooks and Neil Young, recently added exhibits featuring Alan Parsons, Marshall Tucker Band and drummer, Stan Lynch. The mission of the Musicians Hall of Fame & Museum is to honor all great musicians regardless of genre or instruments. This is done by exhibiting the actual instrument they used to record some of the most iconic songs in recorded history. Not only does the Musicians Hall of Fame & Museum entertain local and international visitors but also educates them about the musicians who actually played on the “soundtracks of their lives.” The Musicians Hall of Fame & Museum is a 501 (c) (3) charity organization.