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The Rockabilly Hall of Fame (name trademarked and registered) was established on the Internet March 21, 1997 to present early rock and roll history and information relative to the artists and personalities involved in this pioneering American music genre.

Headquartered in Nashville, the first induction certificate was issued on November 16th, 1997 for singer Gene Vincent. The creation of Bob Timmers, the not-for-profit entity maintains a website that is supported in part by the fans and artists of the music it represents. Over 5,000 legends are listed, over 350 have been inducted. The web site features news updates, artist profile pages, performer tribute pages, videos, photos and feature columns.

Among those recognized by the Rockabilly Hall of Fame are pioneer singers, songwriters, disc jockeys and promoter/producers such as Sun Records owner Sam Phillips.

The Rockabilly Hall of Fame has been recognized by the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum. [1]

Inductees

The Hall of Fame into the future

Rockabilly is still popular with performances by young performers and some of the originals. The Rockabilly Hall of Fame continues to recognize and benefit those who are performing rockabilly to the present.

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