The Embers Band, Featuring Craig Woolard, To Be Inducted Into The North Carolina Music Hall Of Fame

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The Embers Band, featuring Craig Woolard, to be Inducted into the North Carolina  Music Hall of Fame

1888 PressRelease ­ Beach music legends are honored by North Carolinians, Woolard uses recognition to promote   cause oriented campaign. Stamford­Norwalk, CT ­ The Embers, featuring Craig Woolard were recently added to the list of North  Carolina Music Hall of Fame inductees. The band will be formally honored on October 16th, 2014 at a red  carpet ceremony at the historic Gem Theatre in Kannapolis, NC. Other artists to be honored include Clay  Aiken and Fantasia Barrino who were both on the hit show America Idol. ...view middle of the document...

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of Fame as an inductee, along with such national legends and stars as Tab Smith, Jimmy Capps, Little Eva,  Clay Aiken, and Fantasia has only made my experience sweeter. I am a very blessed man!"...

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