Ronnie Milsap inducted into Country Music Hall of Fame
The latest inductees into the Country Music Hall of Fame were just announced:
Congrats to Ronnie Milsap, Hank Cochran, and Mac Wiseman.
Ronnie Milsap, who's blind, was of the biggest crossover performers during the '70s and '80s, with great sing-a-long songs like "I Wouldn't Have Missed It for the World," "(There's) No Gettin' Over Me," "Stranger in My House," "Lost in the Fifties Tonight," and "Any Day Now." He's won six Grammys, has forty #1 country hit singles, and finally he is going into the Country Music Hall of Fame.
The late Hank Cochran, Songwriter, will also be inductee this year. Not only a recording artist, but he also wrote hits like Patsy Cline's "I Fall to Pieces," Ray Price's "Make the World Go Away," George Strait's "Ocean Front Property" and "The Chair," and Ronnie Milsap's "Don't You Ever Get Tired (of Hurting Me)."
Mac Wiseman is a solo artist, and former member of the Foggy Mountain Boys, along with Earl Scruggs. He also played with Bill Monroe's Bluegrass Boys.
All three performers will be officially inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame in a ceremony by the end of 2014.