Vocal quartet The Oak Ridge Boys, Jim Ed Brown and his singing sisters, and longtime session guitarist Grady Martin are the newest members of the Country Music Hall of Fame.
The Country Music Association announced their selection on Wednesday. The induction will take place later this year at the museum's annual medallion ceremony in Nashville, Tennessee.
The Oak Ridge Boys made the hits "I'll Be True to You," ''American Made" and "Elvira" and became known to a non-country audience when they sang backup to Paul Simon's "Slip Slidin' Away." They've sung behind Johnny Cash, Ray Charles, Bill Monroe and others.
While they are being inducted...