Our Founder Lynne O' Quinn was recently inducted into the Fayetteville Music Hall of Fame.   Lynne and her writing partner, Doyle Wood, were inducted during the 9th Annual Fayetteville Music Hall of Fame ceremony in March of 2016.  Lynne and Doyle both have been in the music industry for over 30 years working with numerous national acts and many local artists as well. 

"Music has always been my first love", Lynne Robertson O'Quinn says. "It's so exciting to write the words, to express your heart and feelings and to have all of that put to music." And O'Quinn will tell you she could have found no better partner to work with than longtime friend and co-writer Doyle Wood for more than 30 years, including their most recent collaborations of "Stand Proud", a military tribute to the United States service men and women she wrote in Arlington National Cemetery; and "Our Hometown", a tribute in honor of the City of Fayetteville.

O'Quinn's musical resume includes many years in management with Lynyrd Skynyrd and other headliner bands. Other artistic achievements include producing "Fayetteville City Limits", a community telecast and authoring children's books and founding "His Outreach Worldwide" ministries, which is currently in 117 countries. Her book, "Sharing Jesus With Children Around The World" has one million copies in print.

When not composing musical lyrics with Wood, you'll find O'Quinn working to establish children's orphanages, churches and Christian Literature Centers, as well as women's ministries to help underprivileged women learn trades for self sufficiency. A sixth-generation Fayetteville native, Lynne Robertson O'Quinn is a gifted songwriter and ambassador for the betterment of humankind. "I've been blessed with a great co-writer in Doyle Wood, and I thank my family, my friends and my ministries for helping me achieve this honor." Enshrined as the 24th inductee by the Community Concerts Board of Directors at the Crown Theatre.