The Music City Walk of Fame unveiled four new stars Tuesday afternoon.
Former Opry manager Bud Wendell, guitarist Steve Cropper and award-winning vocalist Miranda Lambert were all recognized for their work in preserving Nashville’s country music heritage.
Music legend Johnny Cash was also honored with a star. His youngest brother, Tommy Cash, accepted in his place.
Nashville Mayor Megan Barry opened the ceremony, saying she understands the need to maintain a relationship between music, business and politics.