Husky, Sherrill inducted into the County Music Hall of Fame

Ferlin Husky and record producer Billy Sherrill were sworn in as new members of the County Music Hall on May 23. 

Ferlin is most known for the No. 1 hit song “Gone,” which spent 10 weeks at the top spot in 1957, and “Wings of a Dove,” which also spent 10 weeks at No. 1. 

Sherrill made his name for producing artists like George Jones, Charlie Rich and Tanya Tucker, and was behind classic songs like Tucker’s “Stand By Your Man,” Rich’s “The Most Beautiful Girl” and Jones’ “He Stopped Loving Her Today.”

Jimmy Dean and Don Williams will also be inducted into the Hall of Fame on Oct. 24.


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