Greg Persinger Lights Country Music Hall of Fame Medallion induction ceremony

Nashville, TN - Greg Persinger, Owner of Vivid Illumination lights the Country Music Hall of Fame Medallion induction ceremony for taping by GAC.

The ceremony held in the Ford Theater inside of the Country Music Hall of Fame was to honor Tom T. Hall and the Statler Brothers as the newest inductees into the Country Music Hall of Fame.

The Statler Brothers, who came to prominence with the 1965 single "Flowers On The Wall"; and Tom T. Hall, who penned Jeannie C. Riley’s 1968 classic "Harper Valley P.T.A."; were presented their symbolic hall-of-fame medallions in front of an audience that included a multitude of hall members. All of the previous inductees in attendance, including Little Jimmy Dickens, Vince Gill, the Jordanaires, Sonny James, Brenda Lee and others, wound up on stage at the end for a traditional mass encore of the Carter Family standard "Will The Circle Be Unbroken."

In addition to a live audience the program was lit by Persinger for television so Great American Country (GAC) could videotape it to air at a later date.

Most of the gear was already in house with additional gear provided by Delta Stage Lighting of Nashville, TN


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