Grammy Hall of Fame Inducts Recordings from Gene Autry, Bill Cosby, Doris Day et al [VIDEO]
The Grammy Hall of Fame is reaching back in the annals of history for their 2012 induction to include legendary performers like Gene Autry, Doris Day and Bill Cosby. Autry, movie and television star and forever known as “everyone’s favorite Singing Cowboy”, is being inducted along with actress/singer Doris Day and her pop hit from 1956, “Que Sera, Sera”. Comedian Bill Cosby’s induction comes as the result of his classic comedy album, “I Started Out as a Child” from 1964. Many other classic entertainers are included in the induction like Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young, Paul Simon and Bruce Springsteen.
The collection of 25 songs highlights diversity and musical excellence of both singles and album recordings of all genres that are at least 25 years old. Quite a group coming up for 2012. Here’s a classic from the cowboy every little boy idolized in the 40s and 50s, Gene Autry.