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The Latest Rock Hall News:

**Why Isn't Chubby Checker in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame?
**Former Heart Members Mark Andes and Dennis Carmassi Sue the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame
**How Does the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Decide Which Band Members Get Inducted?
**Update: Chad Channing Will Not be Inducted Into the Rock Hall with Nirvana
**Exclusive: Former Nirvana Drummer Chad Channing will be Inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame
**Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony Ticket Information
**Rock Hall Induction Ceremony Tickets On Sale March 1st
**Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Drops 50% Vote Requirement for Induction
**The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Pulls Out All the Stops for the 2014 Induction Ceremony
**The 2014 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Inductees Leak
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What are people talking about?

About Rock Hall Projected, DarinRG wrote:
Aw, but Philip, we usually agree on so many things... Heartbreaking.
Wednesday, 07.23.14 @ 20:11pm


About Weird Al Yankovic, Roy wrote:
http://www.billboard.com/biz/articles/news/chart-alert/6176803/magic-rude-no-1-hot-100-sam-smith-surges

Word Crimes # 39 on the Billboard 100 Singles Chart. 4th Top 40 Hit for Weird Al.

Hot 100 debuts include 5 Seconds of Summer's "Everything I Didn't Say" (No. 24) and new Billboard 200 leader Weird Al Yankovic's grammar-lesson parody of Robin Thicke's "Blurred Lines," "Word Crimes" (No. 39). The comic icon scores his fourth top 40 hit on the Hot 100, following "Eat It" (No. 12, 1984), "Smells Like Nirvana" (No. 35, 1992) and "White & Nerdy" (No. 9, 2006). Reinforcing his longevity, he's, thus, now sent a new single into the top 40 in each of the last four decades, something that only two other acts have done: Michael Jackson and Madonna, both of whom, he's, of course, ribbed in his inimitable good-natured way. (Jackson's streak actually stretches back to the '70s, as, earlier this year, "Love Never Felt So Good," with Justin Timberlake, rose to No. 9. The peak made the late King of Pop the first artist with top 10s in five distinct decades, and six if including his hits with the Jackson 5.)
Wednesday, 07.23.14 @ 19:33pm


About The Song Project, John R.C. wrote:
Backstreet Boys - I Want It That Way (1999)
Britney Spears - Toxic
Christina Aguilera - Beautiful (2002)
fun. - Some Nights (2012)
Idina Menzel - Let It Go (2013)
Justin Timberlake - SexyBack
Lana Del Rey - Blue Jeans (2011)
Pharrell Williams - Happy (2013)
Santana - The Game Of Love (2002)
Sarah McLachlan - Angel (1997)
Wednesday, 07.23.14 @ 19:27pm


About Weird Al Yankovic, Roy wrote:
The 1996 edition of Joel Whitburn's Billboard 100 Top Pop Singles 1955-1996 lists the Top 10 charting Novelty/Comedy Artists on page 850. Later editions of this book don't show this statistic.

01. Dickie Goodman (Buchanan & Goodman)
02. Ray Stevens
03. David Seville/Chipmunks
04. Cheech & Chong
05. "Weird Al" Yankovic
06. Stan Freberg
07. Sheb Wooley/Ben Colder
08. Roger Miller
09. Jerry Reed
10. Allan Sherman

OTHERS

Spike Jones
The Rutles
Spinal Tap
Buckner & Garcia
Wednesday, 07.23.14 @ 19:19pm


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