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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.

Rock 'n' roll legend Steve Winwood and Funk Brothers bassist Bob Babbitt received their stars on Nashville's Walk of Fame in June 2012

Kenneth Schermerhorn received his star in November 2006; he is widely credited with raising the level of excellence of the arts in Nashville. The Schermerhorn Symphony Center in Nashville is named in his honor

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.

Reba McEntire was one of the first Music City Walk of Fame inductees in Nashville in November 2006

254. Music City Walk of Fame

Rock 'n' roll icon Steve Winwood has his star unveiled on the Music City Walk of Fame June 5, 2012 in Nashville

2012 Music City Walk of Fame