GREENVILLE, SC, USA, January 2, 2020
South Carolina Entertainment and Music Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony of Award Winning Entertainer Greg Rowles & Legendary Country Songwriter Zack Turner.

Greenville & Myrtle Beach, SC – South Carolina Entertainment and Music Hall of Fame will proudly present the Hall of Fame induction ceremony honoring Greg Rowles & Zack Turner.
This prestigious event will take place at The House of Blues Myrtle Beach, SC during the Carolina Country Music Awards on January 25th, 2020.

Filled with milestones, this ceremony will mark the first time inducting at the House of Blues, their first induction in over 6 years, and the first under the direction of Justin Ray Williams, the new Executive Director of the South Carolina Entertainment and Music Hall of Fame. Supported by the new board, they continue their Hall of Fame relaunching efforts throughout the state.

Venue & Event Info:
The Carolina Country Music Association presents the Carolina Country Music Awards Show. The 2020 CCMA Show will be held Saturday, January 25, 2020, House of Blues at Barefoot Landing in North Myrtle Beach, South Carolina.

Jimmy-G and Sweet Tea from Carolina Country 93.9 WMIR are your hosts presenting awards to Carolina artists in nine different categories. Local artists from The Carolina’s will take the stage at the House of Blues to perform their song that was featured and aired on the Carolina Artist Showdown in 2019.

Live performances by Cody Webb, Cliff Wheeler Band, The Blue Pickups, Kevin Nichols, Ryan Trotti, Faith Bardill and many more with special guest Greg Rowles from The Alabama Theater, Legendary Country singer-songwriter Zack Turner, Damien Horne from NewNorth and Chief Meteorologist at WBTW-TV. More artist announcements coming soon.

Tickets and more info: Carolina Country Music Awards Show --->>>

Executive Director, Justin Ray Williams ( )
Phone: 864-345-7925

Hall of Fame Inductees:
Zack Turner
Greg Rowles

Featured Entertainer:


O'Dell began her broadcast career as a reporter and anchor at WPDE-TV in her home town of Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. She later worked as morning news anchor and crime reporter at WCBD-TV in nearby Charleston. While in Charleston, O'Dell's reports on the lenient police approach to DUI cases led to a State Law Enforcement Division investigation that resulted in state authorities re-issuing a more stringent directive regarding these cases. O'Dell was honored by the Associated Press with the Best Report of the Year Award (all media, South Carolina). In 1993, she joined NBC's WTVJ in Miami co-anchoring the 5:30 pm news with Jackie Nespral. She left the station in 1995 to move to Las Vegas with her first husband.[citation needed] Nancy worked as an entertainment reporter for the nationally syndicated tabloid show A Current Affair. She remained with A Current Affair until the show ended in 1996. In addition to her work as a lead anchor on Access Hollywood (1996), O'Dell also contributed to NBC News' Today, and also to Dateline NBC. She has covered such events as The Oscars, The Emmys, The Grammys and The Golden Globe Awards, as well as co-hosting a number of Pre-Show/Arrivals shows for The Emmys and the Golden Globes.

O'Dell co-hosted the Miss USA and Miss Universe competitions in 2004 and 2005. She co-hosted the New York City St. Patrick's Day Parade on WNBC from 2004-2006. She co-hosted the Miss USA 2006 pageant with Drew Lachey, the Miss Universe 2006 pageant with Carlos Ponce, and the Miss USA 2007 pageant with Tim Vincent.
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