It may be a few years before Jack White is a member of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, but he did get a taste of that type of glory yesterday (June 4) when he was inducted into the newly renovated Music City Walk of Fame in Nashville, Tenn. along with frequent collaborator Loretta Lynn.

Lynn, who worked closely with White on her 2004 Grammy Award-winning album Van Lear Rose, said at the induction, “He’s been here in Nashville for a little while. He didn’t have to be here too long for you to understand that we needed him, really. Nashville needed Jack White. And I think he’s one of the greatest artists there is." Lynn added, "I love Jack White. Anybody that he does an album [with], you will be able to tell. I think he's great at recording people and he's a great artist of his own." Check out local news coverage of the ceremony:

Music City Walk of Fame Park has been closed for about eight months to accommodate renovations, the biggest result of which is the redesign of the stars and their repositioning onto the sidewalk, which is right near the Country Music Hall of Fame.

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