Charleston Mayor Danny Jones offered the welcoming remarks.
Singer Autumn Blair performed “Hear Me Now,” with Corey Asbury on guitar.
2008 WV Music Hall of Fame Inductee Robert Drasnin performed “The West Virginia Fight Song.”
Ceremony co-host Mollie O’Brien performed “When I Get Home I’m Gonna Be Satisfied.”
The Ceremony was hosted by baseball great John Kruk and singer Mollie O'Brien.
Music legend Buddy Griffin (left) was on hand to induct Melvin Goins and his late brother Ray.
2013 Inductee Melvin Goins performed several songs made famous by the Goins Brothers.
Art Simmons inducted the late Ada “Bricktop” Smith, whose award was accepted by 2011 Hall of Fame Inductee Butch Miles.
“Miss Otis Regrets,” a song written by Cole Porter for Bricktop, was performed by Shayla Leftridge.
Mollie O’Brien presented the late Eleanor Steber’s award to Kathleen and George Steber.
Soprano Elisabeth Baer performed two songs associated with the late Eleanor Steber.
Hall of Fame Director Michael Lipton presented the Spirit Award to Landau Eugene Murphy, Jr.
Spirit Award recipient Landau Eugene Murphy, Jr. sang “I’ve Got You Under My Skin.”
Broadcaster Nick Clooney presented the Hall of Fame Induction Award to his old friend Peter Marshall.
2013 Inductee Peter Marshall performed “This Is All I Ask” and “Skip A Rope.”
2008 Hall of Fame Inductee Charlie McCoy presented the award to his longtime friend and collaborator Wayne Moss.
Inductee Wayne Moss was joined by his daughters Amanda and Elizabeth Moss and son John Moss in performing some of his signature songs.
Amanda and Elizabeth Moss performed with their father, 2013 Inductee Wayne Moss.
2011 Hall of Fame Inductee Kathy Mattea was on hand to induct her longtime friend Tim O’Brien.
Kathy Mattea presents 2013 Hall of Fame Inductee Tim O’Brien with his award.
2013 Inductee Tim O’Brien performed with his sister Mollie and Kathy Mattea.
An enthusiastic audience greeted the Hall of Fame’s Class of 2013.
Friendly Womack and Rev. R.L. Bush accepting the award for The Swan Silvertones.
During the musical tribute to The Swan Silvertones, Curtis Womack, Rev. R.L. Bush, Friendly Womack, and Charlie Tee sang the Swans’ biggest hit, “Mary, Don’t You Weep.”
Rev. R.L. Bush takes the lead on the stirring “All Night, All Day.”
Mountain Stage host Larry Groce leads the inductees and gathered performers in the finale of “Working on a Building.”
A Hall of Fame-themed ice sculpture by John Parrish graced the lobby of the Culture Center.
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