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Traditional Country Music Hall of Fame
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The site is devoted to returning country music back
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NOTE: Having a web page on this site (or being linked to this site) does not constitute induction.

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Featured Artist: Steve Wallace
ANDERSON, IN - Songwriter Steve Wallace has been in the music business over 30 years. During his music career, Wallace, 41, wrote over 200 songs and has won numerous songwriting awards and has 70 number 1 songs worldwide more than any other songwriter in any genre. He's managed to do all this while battling a nerve disorder called 'Dystonia' - which affects his muscles and speech.
     He was recognized by former Anderson Mayor Mark Lawler in 1997 by recieving the Outstanding Citizen award for his community activism. He also recieved the Distinguished Hoosier Award from the late Indiana Governor Frank O'Bannon in 2002 for his many accomplishments in his community. You can here Wallaces Music here: www.songramp.com/homepage.php?userid=7892

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    Kern County Museum's Website
    For those of you wishing to know more about Bakersfield's history the Kern County Museum which is located in Bakersfield has a very in depth website at www.kcmuseum.org. If you click onto Exhibits it will take you to the Bakersfield Sound section which includes articles on many of the artists known as the early pioneers of the Bakersfield Sound.

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