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Kenny Rogers, Bobby Bare and writer-producer "Cowboy" Jack Clement are being welcomed into the Country Music Hall of Fame. Rogers will be inducted in the Modern Era Artist category. Bare will be inducted as a Veteran Era Artist and says, "Now I'll be famous forever."
Clement, who discovered Jerry Lee Lewis and wrote such hits as "Ballad of a Teenage Queen" and "Guess Things Happen That Way," will be inducted as a non-performer. Clement jokes he could have gotten into the Hall of Fame any time he wants because he has a key. The date for the induction ceremony has not yet been set.