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The Gospel Music Association Hall Of Fame was founded in 1971 with the induction of George Speer and Jim Waits. Like its SGMA counterpart, the hall was originally founded to honor those in the field of Southern Gospel Music, but eventually expanded to include all forms of Christian Music.\\

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The Gospel Music Association Hall Of Fame was founded in 1971 with the induction of George Speer and Jim Waits. The hall was originally founded to honor those in the field of Southern Gospel Music, but later expanded to include all forms of Christian Music. The GMA only inducted individuals at first, but in 1998, the hall began inducting entire groups as well.

Inductees

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Another major difference between the GMA and SGMA halls is that, beginning in 1998 began inducting entire groups such as the Statesmen, the Happy Goodmans, and the Chuck Wagon Gang. New honorees are inducted to the hall in October of each year.

Inductees

(Listed by induction year Southern Gospel or related inductees only)
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GMA Hall Of Fame

History

The Gospel Music Association Hall Of Fame was founded in 1971 with the induction of George Speer and Jim Waits. Like its SGMA counterpart, the hall was originally founded to honor those in the field of Southern Gospel Music, but eventually expanded to include all forms of Christian Music.

Another major difference between the GMA and SGMA halls is that, beginning in 1998 began inducting entire groups such as the Statesmen, the Happy Goodmans, and the Chuck Wagon Gang. New honorees are inducted to the hall in October of each year.

Inductees

(Listed by induction year Southern Gospel or related inductees only)

1971
George Speer
Jim Waits

1972
Albert E Brumley
Lena Speer
James D Vaughan

1973
Lee Roy Abernathy
E M Bartlett
J R Baxter
Denver Crumpler
John Daniel
Adger M Pace
Homer Rodeheaver
Frank Stamps
V O Stamps
W B Walbert
R E Winsett

1974
James Blackwood
Glenn Vaughan

1975
Fanny Crosby
Brock Speer

1976
George Bernard?
Mosie Lister

1977
Eva Mae LeFevre
James S Wetherington

1978
George Beverly Shea

1979-80
Connor Hall
Ira Sankey?

1981
Clarice Baxter
John T Benson Jr
Ira Stanphill

1982
John T Benson Sr
Thomas A Dorsey
Charles H Gabriel
Haldor Lillenas
Lowell Mason
B B McKinney
John Newton

1983
Bill Gaither
Marvin Norcross

1984
David P Carter
Cleavant Derricks
Wally Fowler
Paul Heinecke?
Hovie Lister
W B Nowlin
Lloyd Orrell
J D Sumner

1985
Tim Spencer

1986
Urias LeFevre
John W Peterson

1987
Jake Hess

1988
No Southern Gospel Inductees

1989
Les Beasley
P P Bliss

1990
J G Whitfield

1991
Bentley D Ackley
Robert Benson
William Morgan Ramsey
Charles Weigle?

1992
Samuel Beazley?
James B Coats
W Oliver Cooper
John McClung
Oren A Parris
Dottie Rambo

1993
Asa B Everett
Rusty Goodman
James E Marsh?
James Rowe
Charlie D Tillman
Charles A Tindley

1994
Jimmie Davis
Tennessee Ernie Ford
Stuart Hamblin?
Stuart K Hine

1995
Glen Payne
Ben Speer
Charles Wesley

1996
Herman Harper
Alphus LeFevre

1997
Gloria Gaither

1998
The Stamps Quartet
The Statesmen
The Speer Family
The LeFevres
The Jordanaires
The Imperials?
The Happy Goodmans
The Chuck Wagon Gang
The Blackwood Brothers
J Bazzell Mull?

1999
The Gaither Trio?
The Cathedral Quartet
The Florida Boys
George Younce

2000
Kingsmen Quartet
Oak Ridge Boys

2001
Wendy Bagwell And The Sunliters
The Rambos
Doris Akers
Elvis Presley

2002
No Inductions

2003
No Southern Gospel Inductees

2004
Vestal Goodman
Sandi Patty

2005
The Lewis Family
Lou Wills Hildreth
Mylon LeFevre

2006
The Hinsons?

2007
The Statler Brothers?
Larnelle Harris

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