NEW ULM, Minn. (AP) — The Minnesota Music Hall of Fame has inducted a new class.
The Hall of Fame held its 24th annual induction ceremony and banquet Friday night in New Ulm.
Among the new inductees are accordionist Leonard “Skeets” Langley of Champlin; the Chord-Ayres male vocal chorus from Milan; the late guitarist Leroy Glazier of Sauk Rapids; the Minneapolis blues trio Koerner, Ray and Glover; the St. Cloud rock ‘n’ roll group Canoise; and New Prague concertina maker and player Jerry Minar.
The 2012 Inductee Showcase will be held Saturday at the Minnesota Music Hall of Fame Museum in New Ulm. Admission is free.
Previous inductees include Prince, Bob Dylan, Judy Garland, Bobby Vee and the Andrews Sisters.
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