The North Carolina Music Hall of Fame marks another historical year as it announces its 2022 class with five new inductees to be installed into its Hall of Fame. The induction ceremony to honor each music artist is held annually as the Hall of Fame’s premier event to commemorate the musical legacy of the state’s greatest music makers.
2022 inductees include: Six-time Grammy nominee jazz vocalist, composer, actress, and producer Nnenna Freelon. Gospel vocalist, author, and songwriter Janet Paschal. Grammy award-winning singer, songwriter, actress, and Broadway star Stephanie Mills. Bernard Edwards, who was a bass player, singer, songwriter, and record producer. And Charlie Poole, who was a country music pioneer, banjo player, recording artist, songwriter and leader of the North Carolina Ramblers.
The induction ceremony is open to the public. The ceremony will include appearances by inductees and live performances.