Tuesday, February 28, 2012

Country Radio Seminar Inducts 2012 Class Into Country Radio Hall of Fame

(Nashville, Tenn. – Feb. 22, 2012) The 2012 class of the Country Radio Hall of Fame was officially inducted last night, Feb. 22, at a sold-out ceremony and dinner held inside the Nashville Convention Center.

Beverlee Brannigan, Ron Rogers and Rusty Walker were inducted in the Radio category, while Moby, Eddie Stubbs and Bill Whyte were the three On-Air category inductees.  Other awards presented during the ceremony included the CRS Career Achievement Award, given to Glen Campbell (not in attendance) and the CRS President’s Award, presented to Bob Kingsley.

The Country Radio Hall of Fame induction ceremonies unofficially kick off Country Radio Seminar each year.  For more information, visit www.CRB.org.

Pictured below, the 2012 class of the Country Radio Hall of Fame.  L to R: CRS President Mike Culotta, Eddie Stubbs, Ron Rogers, Beverlee Brannigan, Rusty Walker, Bill Whyte, Moby, Bob Kingsley, CRS Executive Director Bill Mayne.    Photo: Bev Moser

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