American Banjo Museum - Wall of Honor

The original Wall of Honor program recognized individuals and groups who helped the museum get its start in Guthrie, OK in 1998. Today, the Wall of Honor program continues to recognize like minded individuals who financially support the mission of the American Banjo Museum. You too can be permanently recognized as a member of the Wall of Honor with a tax-deductible gift of $1000 or more.

Add your name by supporting the American Banjo Museum with a tax-deductible gift of $1000 or more.

In Memory of Dr. Robert AlexiusIn Memory of Charlie TagawaArizona Banjo Blasters c. 2015Andy & Linda Hall
In Memory of Bunny LongoAll Stars Youth Banjo Band c. 2003New Orleans Banjos + 2 c. 2008Cynthia Sayer
Happy Time Banjos c. 2006Mike CurraoIn Memory of O.B. Bill HeatonTacoma Banjo Club c. 2006
Dallas Banjo Band c. 2005Dave FreyDavid LambourneSouthtown Strummers c. 2005
Arizona Banjo Band c. 1989Buddy GriffinDavid FrizeeEd & Sue Mielke
Gulf Coast Banjo Society c. 2004Jimmie & Eleanor JonesJoe HuntPete Clements
Pittsburgh Banjo Club c. 2004Sahib Shrine Banjo Sarasota c. 2004William T.  Bill GardDan Fitzgerald
Donald F. StevisonEaston Connecticut Banjo Society c. 2003Kettering Banjo Society c. 2003Lynn R. Kaatz
Rik LoveladyRocky Mountain Banjos c. 2003Wichita Banjo Band c. 2003Long Island Banjo Society c. 2000
Burke & Gloria MurdockScott WhitfieldThe Ragtime Rascals c. 2001Denny & Kathy Overstreet
Jack CanineIn Memory of Julian CarrKansas City Banjo Band c. 2001Michael Shames
New England Banjo Society c. 2002Northwest Banjo Band c. 2002Peninsula Banjo Band c. 1999Roger Hale & Green Country Trio c. 2002
Roger HaleThe Central Illinois Steaming Five c. 2002The Jubilee Banjo Band Houston TX c. 2002
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Address: 9 E Sheridan Ave Oklahoma City, OK 73104


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Phone: (405) 604-2793

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