Mississippi Musicians Hall of Fame inductees

By JT_X JT_X
updated over 3 years ago

Honoring Great Mississippi Musicians
Mississippi has produced hundreds of nationally and internationally known musicians. It is time we recognized and honored their achievements. The Mississippi Musicians Hall of Fame has two major objectives:
1. Showcase successful Mississippi musicians.
2. Encourage public interest in and education about Mississippi’s music heritage.”

http://msmusic.org/
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mississippi_Musicians_Hall_of_Fame

A city, site, or region is listed for each item in this list, presumably a birthplace or residence. These locations are copied from the msmusic.org web site, where the relevance of the locations is not defined.

Not in Discogs.com:
Prentiss Barnes
Ruby Pearl Elzy
Elizabeth Taylor Greenfield
Dardanelle Hadley
James Owens
Willard Palmer
Bob Pittman
Steve Rouse
Davis Ruffin
Lloyd Wells

Ambiguous:
William Brown
Delta Records/Jimmie Ammons
Skeets McWilliams = Cecil "Skeets" Williamson?

Related:
http://www.discogs.com/lists/Mississippi-Blues-Trail-Markers/226327
http://www.discogs.com/lists/Louisiana-Music-Hall-of-Fame/120552 (list by mirva)
http://www.discogs.com/lists/Alabama-Music-Hall-of-Fame-inductees/235259

  1. John Alexander

    Meridian

  2. Mose Allison

    Tippo

  3. Andy Anderson (2)

    Clarksdale

  4. William Attaway

    Greenville

  5. Milton Babbitt

    Jackson

  6. Glen Ballard

    Natchez

  7. David Banner

    Jackson

  8. Dee Barton

    Houston/Starkville

  9. Lance Bass

    Laurel/Clinton

  10. James Blackwood

    Ackerman

  11. Delaney Bramlett

    Pontotoc

  12. Jackie Brenston

    Clarksdale

  13. Jimmy Buffett

    Pascagoula

  14. Jerry Butler

    Sunflower County

  15. Milton Campbell

    Inverness

  16. Little Milton

    Inverness

  17. Joe Campbell (5)

    Greenville

  18. Ace Cannon

    Grenada

  19. Keith Carlock

    Clinton

  20. Hank Cochran

    Greenville