A singer born in Leesburg back in 1929 is the latest inductee into the Georgia Music Hall of Fame.
Vocalist Roy Hamilton was a popular hit maker during his short career in the 1950's.
He was a Golden Gloves boxer before he was discovered singing in a New Jersey nightclub in 1953.
His first single 'You'll Never Walk Alone,' reached number one on the R&B chart in 1954.
He was also a singing coach for Elvis Presley.
Hamilton died of a stroke at the age of 40 in 1969.