Four more stars were added to the Wayne County Museum‘s Music Walk of Fame last Thursday. The Walk of Fame is located on the north side of the Waynesboro public square, directly across from the Wayne County Museum.
Mark Collie spent his younger years growing up in Wayne and Hardin Counties. His debut album, titled “Hardin County Line,” was released in 1990. Since that first album, Mark has written songs not only for himself but for other performers, including Garth Brooks and Tim McGraw. Mark has also appeared in feature films and on television.
Glendon Davis was part of the Grand Ole Opry band for several years. He also performed with George Jones’ “Jones Boys.”
Loyd Howell is a long time musician, along with being a business and civic leader. Howell experienced success with a record by the title “Froggy,” and enjoyed commercial success abroad.
Melba Montgomery was born into a musical family in Iron City, Tennessee. Her career began as a duet partner with George Jones before going solo in the early 1970s. Since 1997, Montgomery has focused her attention on songwriting.
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