Roomful of Blues reunion (2012)

Inductees Rudy Cheeks and the Young Adults performing at the 2016 induction ceremony.

The Castaleers with family members and the Rhode Island Rhythm & Blues Preservation Society (2014)

The Cowsills: John, Bob, Susan and Paul (2013)

Huge crowd at the 2016 unveiling ceremony.

John Cafferty &The Beaver Brown reunion with Bob Billington of RIMHOF (2012)

Naked Truth/Steve Smith & The Nakeds reunions (2013)

Rick Coutu and crowd take in the 2016 induction concert.

All seven Tavares brothers together on stage for the first time (2014)

Mark Cutler with The Schemers and Raindogs reunions (2015)

Great Garage Bands of the 1960s: The Ascots, The Others, Georgie Porgie reunions (2015)

George Wein was inducted into RIMHOF during the opening night of the 2015 Newport Jazz Festival.

Exhibits from the first induction ceremonies (2012)

Duke Robillard (2014)

The Rhode Island Music Hall of Fame Museum

Cheryl Albright celebrates Sissieretta Jones (2013)

Anders & Poncia: Vini Poncia and Peter Andreoli reunion (2013)

Unity Concerts CD to benefit the TUNE IN & TUNE UP program (2013)

Francis Madeira, founder of the Rhode Island Philharmonic Orchestra (2014)

The Mark II: Ray Peterson (left) and Wayne Cogswell (2014)

Former Young Adult and Fabulous Motels members posed in front of their wall display.

TUNE IN & TUNE UP co-founder Don Culp and participating medical professionals speak about the Rhode Island musician's health awareness program at the 2016 R.I. Music Hall of Fame Induction ceremony.

Pendragon at the TUNE IN & TUNE UP Unity Concerts (2013)

Backstage at the 2016 induction ceremonies at the Met. Now you know. (2016)

Celebrate Rhode Island’s
Incredible Musical Heritage

The Rhode Island Music Hall of Fame is a nonprofit dedicated to celebrating, honoring, and preserving the legacy of Rhode Island musicians, educators and industry professional who have made significant contributions to the national and Rhode Island music scene. The Hall will carry out its mission through the annual election of inductees, creation of a museum of artist- and music-related exhibits honoring inductees and commemorating the state’s musical legacy, and an online music archive of information about, and audio recordings by, those involved in Rhode Island’s past and present music scene.

In addition, the Hall is committed to continuing that legacy by supporting programs and services aimed at promoting and strengthening Rhode Island’s current and future music scene and ensuring that music continues to play an important role in the lives of all Rhode Islanders.