Nashville, TN
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Walk of Fame Park
Four legends of Music City will be honored posthumously with induction into the Music City Walk of Fame: country-folk and Americana singer-songwriter John Prine; influential country and pop vocalist Patsy Cline; Dr. Paul T. Kwami, musical director of the Fisk Jubilee Singers for 28 years; and industry executive Ed Hardy.
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