90s country music greats, Ricochet inducted into the Oklahoma Music Hall of Fame

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Photo by Mandy Lynn Corbell

MUSKOGEE, Okla. – Country music group and 90s hitmakers Ricochet were recently inducted into the Oklahoma Music Hall Of Fame along with Bryan White, Verlon Thompson, Jerry Huffer, Timothy Long, Shelby Eicher, and David Webb. Celebrating music careers from several genres and aspects, the Oklahoma Music Hall of Fame honors Oklahomans who have impacted the music industry. Restless Heart and Oklahoma Music Hall of Fame members Dave Innis and Greg Jennings were on hand to induct Ricochet for this prestigious honor. Also included in the ceremony was Ricochet joining Wade Hayes for a special tribute to the legendary Toby Keith.

“Growing up in Oklahoma, one could only dream of such recognition. We are honored even to be considered, much less be amongst so many Oklahoma icons in the Oklahoma Music Hall of Fame. Thank you to our fans, ENCORE Music Group, for new opportunities, and, of course, the Hall of Fame, for bestowing such an honor.” – Heath Wright, RICOCHET

“Ricochet has been one of the most important and powerful bands coming from Oklahoma in the past 30 or more years. Each member is highly proficient with their craft, and when they perform you are hearing the result of a group of highly polished and professional musicians that never miss. They put on a show! We are honored to have them inducted into our Oklahoma Music Hall of Fame.” – Tony L. Corbell, Executive Director

RICOCHET is:
Heath Wright – Lead Vocals, Lead Guitar & Fiddle
Chris Hempfling – Drums & Vocals
Larry Hight – Steel Guitar, Electric and Acoustic Guitar, Saxophone & Vocals
Bruce Bennett – Bass & Vocals

RICOCHET is the only country group to chart our National Anthem and is in constant demand to perform it live. They have released their current album ‘Ricochet Then & Now… The Hits & More.’ Ricochet continues to play their chart-topping, gold-selling single, “Daddy’s Money,” along with their Top-10 hits, “What Do I Know,” “Love Is Stronger Than Pride,” and the Top-20 “He Left A Lot To Be Desired.”

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