Roy Clark, Barbara Mandrell and Charlie McCoy will be inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame at a medallion ceremony this spring. The announcement was made by the Country Music Assocation at the downtown Nashville HOF today (Feb. 4).

Clark, who will enter the in the "Career Achieved National Prominence Between World War II and 1975" category, co-hosted television's "Hee Haw" with the late Buck Owens. He was the first country music artist to open a theater in Branson, Mo., in 1983. His hits include "Tips of My Fingers" and "Yesterday When I Was Young."

Mandrell, who starred on NBC's "Barbara Mandrell and the Mandrell Sisters" show, notched hits including "Sleeping Single in a Double Bed" " and "(If Loving You Is Wrong) I Don't Want To Be Right." She's the fifth artist inducted in the "Career Achieved National Prominence Between 1975 and the Present" category, which was created in 2005.

A member of Nashville's "A Team" of studio musicians, harmonica player McCoy is being inducted as a "Recording and/or Touring Musician Active Prior to 1980." McCoy has appeared on recordings by Tom T. Hall, Simon & Garfunkel and George Jones., among others. He is also a multi-instrumentalist, with guitar credits including Bob Dylan's "Desolation Row."