The stars are lining up on the Music City Walk of Fame in Nashville. In the last month, Trisha Yearwood and Garth Brooks were honored with stars. Now, Miranda Lambert, Johnny Cash, Steve Cropper and Opry executive EW “Bud” Wendell have been added to the list of greats.
Friend and former tourmate Dierks Bentley introduced Lambert to the large crowd on-hand for the ceremony.
During the ceremony Lambert said she feels like Nashville is home, “I feel like a bigger part of Nashville now than I ever have. I’ve been spending a lot of time here in the past 3 or 4 months and I’ve never felt more at home.”
Johnny Cash’s younger brother Tommy Cash was on hand to accept the award posthumously for the Man in Black.
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