Clelia Adams is one of two Mullumbimby country music entertainers who will have their handprints imprinted in the ‘Hands of Fame’ at Tamworth on Saturday.
Clelia Adams is one of two Mullumbimby country music entertainers who will have their handprints imprinted in the ‘Hands of Fame’ at Tamworth on Saturday.

Honours for Mullum entertainers

Two Mullumbimby entertainers will be immortalised in Australian country music history on Saturday when they place their hands in wet concrete.

Singer, songwriter and entertainer Clelia Adams, and musician, musical director and producer Rod Coe have been selected to have their handprints in Tamworth’s most central landmark, the ‘Hands of Fame’.

Located in CWA Park, there are hundreds of names and handprints that are an integral part of Australia’s country music story. Clelia’s and Rod’s names and handprints will go alongside luminaries such as Tex Morton, Buddy Williams, Slim Dusty and Smoky Dawson.

The ceremony will take place on Saturday, immediately following the country music cavalcade – a huge procession through the streets of Tamworth celebrating the annual country music gathering.

Also being imprinted will be renowned country music broadcaster Nick Erby; country music writer Susan Jarvis; star bush balladeer Tom Maxwell; country music pioneer ‘Slim’ Jim Pike and Tamworth musician and iconic Tamworth Cavalcade ‘one-man band’ Rodney Walker.

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