The Kentucky Music Hall of Fame has announced the 2015 induction Class Honorees. They are country duo Montgomery Gentry, Kevin Richardson and Brian Littrell of the Backstreet Boys, singer-songwriter Larry Cordle, artist management icon Clarence Spalding, country comedian, songwriter, musician and broadcaster Pete Stamper, Kentucky legend Doc Hopkins and pioneer R&B group The Moonglows.
The Induction Ceremony is scheduled for April 10, 2015 at Lexington Center’s Bluegrass Ballroom. For more information and tickets, go to www.kentuckymusicmuseum.com.
First out of the gate this Monday morning is the Mercury Ballroom, with a couple of annoucements. First up is the news that the Nashville band Here Come The Mummies will play on December 5, tickets $20 advance, $22 day of show. This is the second time the Mummies have played the venue this year, so this news begins to border on the very ordinary.
Next, there is an ticket package tagged the Country Club Ticket Package, which is wraps four country shows into one, with a ticket price of $40 for all four. The shows are: Josh Gracin with J. D. Shelburne on August 30; Frankie Ballard, October 24; Clayton Anderson, November 21 and Chase Rice, November 29.
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Yesterday’s round of concert announcements featured the news that Gladys Knight will play the Louisville Palace on September 12 and Don Williams will perform at the Iroquois Amphitheatre on September 11. Tickets for Gladys Knight go sale on Friday, May 23, at noon; tickets for the Williams show will go on sale Friday, June 6, 10 .a,m. 29, $45 & $65