The Hollywood Walk of Fame is reserved for some of the biggest stars in the world. With over 15 blocks worth of stars, you can go to Los Angeles, California, and see some of your favorite people in entertainment honored on the historic Hollywood Boulevard. But these stars aren't just reserved for actors.
Some of the most prominent country artists in Nashville have received their Walk of Fame star from the Hollywood Chamber of Commerce as a representation of their significant career in the music industry. Here are 12 country music stars who have received stars on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
With over 27 number one hits and multiple platinum albums, Alabama is one of the biggest bands in country. Founded by Randy Owen and his cousin Teddy Gentry, the band has been making music since 1969.
Date of induction: October 6, 1998
2. Garth Brooks
Garth Brooks is one of the biggest country singers if not performers in the entertainment industry of all time. He's also the only artist to have seven diamond status albums. That's a whole lotta star power, so it only makes sense he has a well-deserved Hollywood star to celebrate such a strong career.
Date of induction: June 30, 1995.
3. Glen Campbell
Glen Campbell was a celebrated actor, singer-songwriter, and television host. You name it; he was good at it. The Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award winner deserved his spot on the famous street and is a true legend in the country genre.
4. Patsy Cline
Patsy Cline was one of the greatest voices to ever sing country music. Her songs, such as "Crazy," "I Fall to Pieces," and "He's Got You," remain country standards.
Date received: August 3, 1999
5. Vince Gill
Vince Gill has received 21 Grammy awards, which is more than any other male country star. He is incredibly talented, which is probably why he's been the CMA Entertainer of the Year twice.
Date received: September 6, 2012
6. Alan Jackson
This honky-tonk king has 35 number one hits to date. Alan Jackson had an incredible rise to the top during the '90s and is a member of the Country Music Hall of Fame.
Date received: April 16, 2010
7. Reba McEntire
From Broadway to television and film, this country star has led an incredible life. Reba McEntire is a powerhouse who has undoubtedly left her mark on the music industry.
Date of induction: September 18, 1998
8. Carrie Underwood
The American Idol winner has had an incredible career, bringing in Grammys, number one hits, and successful albums. As one of the more recent inductees, Carrie Underwood even had musical pal Brad Paisley as a speaker at her induction ceremony.
Date of induction: September 20, 2018
9. Dolly Parton
Last year, Dolly Parton became the first woman in the 21st century to receive two stars on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. She earned her first star in 1984. Now, she's set to receive a star with friends and Trio cohorts, Emmylou Harris and Linda Ronstadt.
Date of induction: June 14, 1984
10. Tim McGraw
Date of induction: October 17, 2006
11. Shania Twain
The queen of country pop, Shania Twain is the best-selling female country artist of all time. One of the Canadian's signature songs "Man! I Feel Like a Woman" won a staggering four Grammys.
Date received: June 2, 2011
12. Rascal Flatts
This trio has been releasing hits since 1999, with their biggest single "Bless the Broken Road" spending five weeks at the top of the charts.
Date received: September 17, 2012
This article was originally published in April of 2019.
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