What: Canadian Country Music Hall of Fame Plaque Ceremony with Terri Clark & Jackie Rae Greening
When: May 14, 2019
Where: National Music Centre, Calgary AB
On May 14, the formal plaque ceremony of country superstar, Terri Clark, and broadcaster Jackie Rae Greening took place as part of their induction into the Canadian Country Music Hall of Fame at the National Music Centre in Calgary.
Terri Clark was the artist inductee, whereas Jackie Rae Greening is the Stan Klees builder inductee. Both Clark and Greening are currently being celebrated at Studio Bell with the exhibition Showcase: 2018 Inductees, running until the fall of 2019.
The evening started with Andrew Mosker, President and CEO of National Music Centre.
Next was Lowa Beebe, Member of National Music Centre Indigenous Programming Advisory Committee.
We also heard from Siksika Nation Elder Johnathon Red Gun.
Before the big presentation was a speech from Tracy Martin, President & CEO of CCMA.
Next, the crowd heard from Jackie Rae Greening and Terri Clark, the 2018 Canadian Country Music Hall of Fame inductees.
The big moment when the two were presented with plaques and placed permanently into the Hall of Fame was an exciting, emotional time.
Finally, we were graced with a performance from Terri Clark, and interview moderated by Jackie Rae Greening.
It was a splendid night of Country music, and we are glad we were able to attend.
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