PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — There will be seven new plaques embedded in the sidewalk along the Avenue of the Arts this Fall honouring Philadelphia music stars.
The Philadelphia Music Alliance chairman, Alan Rubens, made the announcement of the seven new inductees.
They include The Roots, Ray Benson, Billie Holiday, Cinderella, The Trammps, Andrea McArdle and KYW’s sister station WOGL’s on air personality Harvey Holiday, who was greatly honoured to be among some of the radio greats of the city honored on PMA’s Walk of Fame.
“To have this honor to share with Hy Lit, Joe Niagra, Jerry Blavit, Grady & Hurst, Jocko, Sid Mark is very humbling.” said Holiday.
The PMA will also honor the CAPA Foundation with the Educational Award and Frank Giordano with the Platinum Award.
The new honorees will be formally inducted on October 26th.
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