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The Official South Carolina Hall of Fame Board of Trustees on Thursday named its 2020 inductees.
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Mary Emma Norris now listens more to Jason Isbell, Lake Street Drive and Father John Misty — and she's released two singles ("Ocean City" and "N.C. Sunshine") with her Spartanburg-based band Salti Ray.
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