David Robbins stands near his keyboardist father Hargus "Pig" Robbins, while Spring City, TN Mayor Billy Ray Patton presented him with keys to the city.  Robbins, a Spring City native was inducted into the CMHF in October 2012. (Pictured in background L-R) Jim Reed, president of the museum foundation, holds the Country Music Hall of Fame plaque presented to the museum in Robbins' honor, with his brothers Earl, Boyd and Forrest offering their support, during a Sunday afternoon ceremony.  The museum display will be available by Saturday, September 7.
David Robbins stands near his keyboardist father Hargus "Pig" Robbins, while Spring City, TN Mayor Billy Ray Patton presented him with keys to the city. Robbins, a Spring City native was inducted into the CMHF in October 2012. (Pictured in background L-R) Jim Reed, president of the museum foundation, holds the Country Music Hall of Fame plaque presented to the museum in Robbins' honor, with his brothers Earl, Boyd and Forrest offering their support, during a Sunday afternoon ceremony. The museum display will be available by Saturday, September 7.
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published Wednesday, August 28th, 2013
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