The Rochester Music Hall of Fame has announced that its induction ceremony is postponed for the second time.
The 2020 class was originally scheduled to be inducted last April, but the coronavirus pandemic halted those plans.
The ceremony was rescheduled for this April, but is now being postponed again.
The new date will depend on safety guidelines and the availability of Kodak Hall at Eastman Theatre.
Whenever it happens, the inductees will include jazz singer Nancy Kelly, innovator Michael Laiacona, percussionist and drummer Roy McCurdy, Grammy-winning engineer Mick Guzauski, and the folk musicians The Dady Brothers.
Jack Whittier, board president, joined us on Good Day Rochester to explain why the ceremony is on hold again and how the Rochester Music Hall of Fame will move forward.