The entire event was live-streamed and recorded, and you may view it at this link.
Music during the evening was presented by Chris Jones and the Night Drivers, Tony & Heather Berry Mabe, Sierra Hull & Justin Moses, and Carl Jackson with Val Storey and Jerry Salley.
Attendees were honored by the presence of Ms. Rita Forrester, manager of the Carter Family Fold in Hiltons, Virginia, and also the granddaughter of AP and Sara Carter.
The Remembering Miss Dixie Committee thanks Peter Cooper, Abi Tapia, and everyone at the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum involved in organizing this wonderful event that honored Miss Dixie’s music and her many contributions to the bluegrass music world.
Gratitude is also extended to The Gibson Foundation, which underwrites the Louise Scruggs Forum each year.
Stay tuned for more news after the first of the year about a “Remembering Miss Dixie” tribute concert at Song of the Mountains May 7, 2016, at the historic Lincoln Theatre in Marion, Virginia, which will feature a night of live music written by Dixie Hall and performed by some of her favorite bluegrass and old-time music artists. The program, hosted by Tim White, will be filmed and edited into two episodes for the popular PBS television series.
The following month in Owensboro, Kentucky, a new exhibit honoring Miss Dixie and Tom T. Hall’s contributions to bluegrass music will be unveiled at the International Bluegrass Music Museum.