Yesterday, the Music City Walk of Fame induction ceremony was held for the first time in over two years, after being put on pause due to the pandemic. Circle’s own Bill Cody served as the host of this momentous event that took place at Music City Walk of Fame Park.
Bill helped welcome the inductees Dierks Bentley, Keb’ Mo’, Bobby Bare and Connie Smith to the Nashville Music Walk of Fame. During the ceremony, the artists unveiled their 90th, 91st, 92nd and 93rd stars, which are now embedded into the ground next to the legends that came before them.
As a Grand Ole Opry announcer and the host of Coffee, Country & Cody on Circle and WSM-AM, Bill has had the honor of seeing these artists shine throughout each stage of their career.
The Inductees are recognized for the musical contributions they’ve made to Nashville and the world.
Dierks and Connie are both proud members of the Grand Ole Opry and have received multiple awards for their accomplishments. The blues icon Keb’ Mo’ has earned five Grammy Awards and even took on a few acting roles in movies and TV shows. Bobby was awarded a Grammy in 1964 and has received his fair share of recognition from the music industry as a result of his nearly five dozen top 40 hits.
When Bill’s not making special award presentations, you can catch him every weekday on Coffee, Country & Cody on Circle TV and WSM-AM Radio.
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