November 26, 2018:

Earlier this month, the Hall of Fame, held its induction ceremony, at The Space at Westbury.

The Long Island Music Hall of fame induction ceremony

According to “The Long Island Music Hall of Fame, a non-profit organization, honors, in its own words, “a diverse array of performers, groups, and music industry leaders that have made significant contributions to Long Island’s rich music history,” and earlier this month the Hall witnessed its seventh annual induction ceremony, on Thursday, November 7 at popular music venue The Space at Westbury.

The LIMHOF Awards Ceremony inducted eleven new members and groups this year, and they included the likes of more recently important artists, like sensational pop-punk group Taking Back Sunday and formative hip hop artists E.P.M.D, as well as more early icons of the music business, like Woodstock Music Festival promoters Michael Lang and Artie Kornfield (inducted separately), and music composer Jimmy Webb (who wrote “Wichita Lineman” for country music superstar Glen Campbell)”. has the complete story; here’s the link:

To learn more about the Long Island Music Hall of Fame, visit their website:

Here are a couple of videos from the evening:

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