NASHVILLE, TENN. (AP) - Nashville has given rock group Kings of Leon a star on the Music City Walk of Fame and the second annual Music City Ambassador Award.
Dean said the Nashville-based group showcases the “depth and breadth of music coming out of Music City.”
Top singles from the Grammy-winning Kings of Leon include “Use Somebody” and “Radioactive.”
The Music City Music Council formed in 2009 and has created a music education project and worked with the Metropolitan Development and Housing Agency to create an affordable housing project for up-and-coming artists.
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