NASHVILLE, Tenn. – The newest members of the Country Hall of Fame are Emmylou Harris, Tom T. Hall, the Statler Brothers and the late Ernest "Pop" Stoneman.
Their upcoming induction was announced Tuesday in Nashville.
Tammy Genovese of the Country Music Association says Harris is a revered song interpreter, while Hall is a renowned storyteller with his music.
She says the Statler Brothers are America's poets and Pop Stoneman was a patriarch of country music. They will be formally inducted later this year.