We take you to the Musicians Hall of Fame for the 2014 inductees

The Musicians Hall of Fame inducted 12 new members, including bluesman Buddy Guy, British rock guitarist Peter Frampton and country singer Barbara Mandrell. This marked the first time members had been inducted into the hall of fame since 2009. It was also the first awards show in their new home inside the Municipal Auditorium. Also inducted during the ceremony in Nashville were Randy Bachman, Jimmy Capps, Will Lee, Corki Casey O’Dell and Velma Smith. Posthumous inductions went to Stevie Ray Vaughan, along with his band Double Trouble, and pedal steel guitarist Ben Keith. The Musicians Hall of Fame also gave their first Iconic Riff Award posthumously to Roy Orbison for “Pretty Woman,” and their first Industry Icon Award to Mike Curb, the founder of Curb Records. Yallwire takes you behind the scenes and to the show featuring performances by Neil Young, Duane Eddy, Brenda Lee, The Oak Ridge Boys and Chris Isaak.

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