Jack White and Loretta Lynn to be inducted into Nashville’s Hall of Fame

City’s site will be reopened by the two new inductees next month.

Jack White and Loretta Lynn have been confirmed as the Nashville Hall of Fame’s latest inductees.

The city’s site will reopen next month after extensive renovations, with White and Lynn as the event’s official ribbon-cutters. Inductees are honoured with “permanent sidewalk medallions with the artists’ name displayed in a star-and-guitar-design,” with past recipients including Jimi Hendrix, Emmylou Harris, and Roy Orbison.

Nashville Mayor Karl Dean said in a press release that White and Lynn “represent what is best about Nashville with music that spans multiple genres and generations. They are great ambassadors for the creative community in our city, and I congratulate them on this wonderful honor.”

The reopening and ceremony will take place at Walk Of Fame Park on Thursday 4th June at 1pm and is available to the public. For further details head toe the Music City Walk Of Fame’s website here.

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