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Best Living Legend: Ronnie Milsap

This installment of All 4 the Hall had the distinction of featuring a soon-to-be-inducted member of the Country Music Hall of Fame: Soulful piano man Ronnie Milsap was among this year's class when the inductees were announced in April. The singer, blind since birth, illustrated why he was awarded that honor with a barn-burning rendition of the love-gone-wrong anthem "Stranger in My House." At 71, Milsap has lost little of his voice, which also elevated his performance of "Smoky Mountain Rain." While not as vibrant as "Stranger," the song drew one of the night's loudest cheers when Milsap sang about thumbing his way from L.A. back to Knoxville. Tennessee, that is. 

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