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Georgia Music Hall of Fame hosts awards show, concert
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Special / Kim Link and David Casseli of Kennesaw State University / From left, Bobbie Bailey, president of Friends of Georgia Music Festival, on the red carpet with Tim Ste. Marie, marketing manager, Anna Hernandez and Joe Meeks, retired dean of Kennesaw State University’s College of the Arts.
Special / Kim Link and David Casseli of Kennesaw State University / From left, Bobbie Bailey, president of Friends of Georgia Music Festival, on the red carpet with Tim Ste. Marie, marketing manager, Anna Hernandez and Joe Meeks, retired dean of Kennesaw State University’s College of the Arts.
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Special / Kim Link and David Casseli of Kennesaw State University / Tammy Hurt, center, musician, founding partner of Placement Music and former president of the Atlanta chapter of the Recording Academy, with Horizon Award recipient von Grey, comprised of sisters all raised and based in Alpharetta: from left, Fiona, Kathryn, Annika and Petra von Grey.
Special / Kim Link and David Casseli of Kennesaw State University / Tammy Hurt, center, musician, founding partner of Placement Music and former president of the Atlanta chapter of the Recording Academy, with Horizon Award recipient von Grey, comprised of sisters all raised and based in Alpharetta: from left, Fiona, Kathryn, Annika and Petra von Grey.
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Special / Kim Link and David Casseli of Kennesaw State University / Friends of Georgia Music Festival Scholarship honoree Chani Maisonet, right, a senior music major concentrating in vocal performance at Kennesaw State University, walked the red carpet with her accompanist Russell Young, the college’s professor of opera and musical theatre.
Special / Kim Link and David Casseli of Kennesaw State University / Friends of Georgia Music Festival Scholarship honoree Chani Maisonet, right, a senior music major concentrating in vocal performance at Kennesaw State University, walked the red carpet with her accompanist Russell Young, the college’s professor of opera and musical theatre.
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Special / Kim Link and David Casseli of Kennesaw State University / From left, Greg Archilla and Friends Georgia Festival of Music board members Charlie Brusco of Red Light Management and Don Perry of the Greenberg Traurig law firm.
Special / Kim Link and David Casseli of Kennesaw State University / From left, Greg Archilla and Friends Georgia Festival of Music board members Charlie Brusco of Red Light Management and Don Perry of the Greenberg Traurig law firm.
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Special / Kim Link and David Casseli of Kennesaw State University / From left, Yaamer Khan and Claire Travis walked the red carpet with Elizabeth Allen and Claire’s uncle, Jack Sawyer, a Friends of Georgia Music Festival board member.
Special / Kim Link and David Casseli of Kennesaw State University / From left, Yaamer Khan and Claire Travis walked the red carpet with Elizabeth Allen and Claire’s uncle, Jack Sawyer, a Friends of Georgia Music Festival board member.
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Special / Kim Link and David Casseli of Kennesaw State University / Gary Houston, center, who performed a moving tribute to his sister Whitney, is accompanied on the red carpet by, from left, his daughter Rayeh and his wife Pat, Whitney Houston’s former manager.
Special / Kim Link and David Casseli of Kennesaw State University / Gary Houston, center, who performed a moving tribute to his sister Whitney, is accompanied on the red carpet by, from left, his daughter Rayeh and his wife Pat, Whitney Houston’s former manager.
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Special / Kim Link and David Casseli of Kennesaw State University / CeeLo Green of Goodie Mob performs after the group accepted the Performer Award.
Special / Kim Link and David Casseli of Kennesaw State University / CeeLo Green of Goodie Mob performs after the group accepted the Performer Award.
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Special / Kim Link and David Casseli of Kennesaw State University / Guitarist Richard Williams, an original member of the band Kansas, which won the Group Award, performs during the show.
Special / Kim Link and David Casseli of Kennesaw State University / Guitarist Richard Williams, an original member of the band Kansas, which won the Group Award, performs during the show.
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The nonprofit Friends of Georgia Music Festival Inc. recently hosted the 35th annual Georgia Music Hall of Fame Awards Concert and Show at the Georgia World Congress Center in downtown Atlanta.

Retired WSB-TV anchor Monica Pearson and Robin Meade, HLN’s ‘Morning Express’ anchor and recently released recording artist, served as the emcees.

Inductees include:

o Performer Award: Goodie Mob and CeeLo Green

o Group Award: Kansas

o Pioneer Award: The Forester Sisters

o Non-Performer Award: James “Alley Pat” Patrick

o Songwriter Award: Pat Alger

o Posthumous Award: Whitney Houston

o Horizon Recipient Encouraging New Performers (non-inductee): von Grey
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