Hall of Fame – 1986
Henry Muench (1905-1984) of Bloomer, Wisconsin captivated audiences for 50 years. He was a musician and historian, an odd combination, but like salt and pepper according to Henry, music came first.
He played the concertina, mandolin, banjo, violin, drums, piano, and often played concertina for charities. He was the leader of the Muench Orchestra, that featured three brothers and a sister.