JIM NABORS - Sylacauga, Alabama
- Played Gomer Pyle on the Andy Griffith Show and then for five years on the spin off, Gomer Pyle, USMC
- Recorded over 35 albums, including five gold and one platinum
- Jim was awarded a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in 1991.
- Rarely has a performer had a number one rated situation comedy, a top ten variety show, a talk show and several television specials, a recording career, acted in movies for the big screen and television, performed in stage productions and innumerable concerts.
- Inducted into the Alabama Music Hall of Fame in 2001
"BILL" NAPPI - Birmingham, Alabama
- Band leader, trumpeter and composer who led one of Birmingham's most popular jazz bands from the 1930's - 1970's.
- His big band played regularly at the Tutwiler Hotel in the 30's, and in the 40's, held concerts in several Birmingham parks every Sunday for nearly twenty years.
- One highlight of Nappi's long career was a trip to Hollywood to play at several movie studios.
- Nappi's theme song was "My Buddy."
MARK NARMORE - Center Star, Alabama
- Narmore's first Top 10 hit came when Shenandoah recorded "The Moon Over Georgia".
- He scored a number 3 hit with the song "Like There Ain't No Yesterday" by Blackhawk.
- Other artists recording Narmore penned songs include, Michelle Wright "Crank My Tractor", Marie Osmond "What Makes You Think I Think Of You", Don Cox "Month Of Sundays", and Jett Williams "I Am What I Am".
STEVE NATHAN - Florence, Alabama
-Steve was a member of the Muscle Shoals Rhythm Section as Barry Beckett became more involved in producing.
- His keyboard work appears on over 1400 albums
-As a session musician he has worked with Tim McGraw, Toby Keith, George Strait,Kelly Clarkson, Lionel Richie, Reba McEntire, Willie Nelson, Etta James, Bon Jovi, Bob Seger, Aaron Neville and many more.
JOSEPH DWIGHT NEWMAN - Montgomery, Alabama
- He was an American jazz trumpeter, composer, and educator, best known for his time with Count Basie.
- He attended Alabama State College, where he joined the college band (the Bama State Collegians), became its leader, and took it on tour.
- In 1941 he joined Lionel Hampton for two years, before signing with Count Basie, with whom he stayed for a total of thirteen years
- He also spent time with saxophonist Illinois Jacquet and then drummer J. C. Heard.
- He played on Benny Goodman's 1962 tour of the Soviet Union.
CLIFF NOBLES - Mobile, Alabama
-- 1968 #2 R&B hit "The Horse"
- Had follow up singles "The Mule" and "Horse Fever"
- "The Horse" sold a million copies within three months of release, with the gold disc award from the R.I.A.A. made in August 1968
- Returned to the charts in 1973 with "Feeling Of Loneliness"
BOBBY NUNN - Birmingham, Alabama
- Original member of the Coasters formed in 1955
- The Coasters first charted with "Down In Mexico" (R&B Top 10) in 1956.
- The double sided hit from 1957, "Searchin" (R&B number 1 and pop number 3) and "Young Blood" (R&B number 2 and pop Top 10) established the group as major rock 'n roll stars
- Nunn left the group after the hit "Yakety Yak" (R&B and pop number 1) in 1958.
EARL NUNN - Alabama
- Earl Nunn and His Alabama Ramblers featuring Billy Lee debuted in Billboard Magazine's Country Chart in April 1949 with "Double Talkin' Woman."
- As a songwriter, his biggest success came with a song he co-wrote titled "Smoke On the Water." The song went to #1 on the Country Chart by both Red Foley in 1944 and Bob Wills in 1945. Boyd Heath's version of the song went to #7 in 1945.
THE NUTT HOUSE - Sheffield, Alabama
- A state-of-the-art digital/analog studio
-A wide range of recording artists have recorded at the NuttHouse, including Percy Sledge, Clarence Carter, Jimmy Buffett, Mac McAnally, Jason Isbell & the 400 Unit, John Paul White, Donna Jean Godchaux, Lenny LeBlanc, Heartland, Russell Smith, Drive By Truckers, The Decoys, Spooner Oldham, Donnie Fritts and many more