One of the missions of this hall of fame is to honor and preserve the history of radio in the Volunteer State. The organization has four categories for inductees: Legacy, Career, Legendary Station, and Lifetime Achievement.
George Klein - Klein was born in Memphis in 1935 and has been a deejay and a TV host. He met Elvis Presley while in 8th grade and stayed friends until Presley's death. Klein is now heard on WKQK/Memphis and SiriusXM's Elvis Radio (channel 19) with the George Klein Original Elvis Hour.
Dewey Phillips worked in Memphis radio and is recognized as the area’s leading personality with his “Red, Hot and Blue Show” a mix of R & B, Country, Boogie-woogie and jazz. On July 8, 1954, he was the first DJ to play “That’s Alright” the debut Sun Records release by a young Elvis Presley.
source: TN Radio Hall of Fame