List of Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Snubs


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About The Song Project, Greg F wrote:
Lonesome Town (1958) 3
Teenage Idol (1962) 2
It's Late (1959) 1
Sunday, 03.26.17 @ 02:11am


About the 2017 Inductees, Rick Vendl II wrote:


I call bullshit, the tell-tale sign is that Bev Bevan finally called out the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame over snubs of former Electric Light Orchestra members Kelly Groucutt, Mik Kaminski, Hugh McDowell and Mel Gale, though I'd also add Louis Clark, over 20 years wasting my time for nothing! >:(

PS-The Electric Light Orchestra 2017 Rock & Roll Hall of Fame induction has now gone way beyond a tragedy, it's a grotesque farce, even Charlie Brown couldn't have screwed this one up like all those involved, I would never pay or go to see it, MAYBE I'll watch only IF their offer is for free. :'(
Sunday, 03.26.17 @ 01:47am


About The Song Project, Steve Z wrote:
Tiebreaker:

Ricky Nelson - Teenage Idol (1962) [3 Points]
Ricky Nelson - It's Late (1959) [2 Points]
Ricky Nelson - Lonesome Town (1958) [1 Point]
Saturday, 03.25.17 @ 17:38pm


About The Album Project, Steve Z wrote:
I'll vote for The Orb - Orbus Terrarum (1995)
Saturday, 03.25.17 @ 17:35pm


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