Nashville's Walk of Fame
Nashville has its very own Walk of Fame for the stars. Each honoree represents the immense talent, creativity and diverse musical styles that have made Nashville known as Music City. Over the years, over 60 musicians, artists, performers and music industry execs have gotten their own star on the walk. The ceremony is free and open to the public.
Inductees Little Jimmy Dickens ( Red Jacket) and Rascal Flatts backstage at the 2010 Nashville Music City Walk of Fame Induction
Recording Artist Kid Rock signs autographs after being inducted into the Nashville's Walk of Fame in 2009
Rock 'n' roll legend Steve Winwood and Funk Brothers bassist Bob Babbitt received their stars on Nashville's Walk of Fame in June 2012
Charlie Daniels and Dolly Parton sit next to each other at Nashville's Walk of Fame Induction in 2009
Keith Urban's love for country music and Nashville, his hometown, was felt during his Walk of Fame Induction
"Steven Curtis Chapman has experienced success at the highest levels of artistic, creative and commercial success"- Dallas Holm said upon SCC's 2008 induction into Nashville's Walk of Fame
The Fisk Jubilee Singers, who are from Nashville's Fisk University, were the first musical act to do an around-the-world tour. They helped put Nashville on the map as a global music center.
Musician Steve Winwood addresses the crowd during his and Bob Babbitt's Music City Walk of Fame Induction at Walk of Fame Park on June 5, 2012 in Nashville
Rock 'n' roll icon Steve Winwood has his star unveiled on the Music City Walk of Fame June 5, 2012 in Nashville