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About The Song Project, Greg F wrote:
Hank Williams Jr- Man of Steel (1982)
George Strait- A Fire I Can't Put Out (1982) or Amarillo by Morning (1987)
Sade- No Ordinary Love (1992) or Your Love is King (1984) or Paradise (1985)
Tori Amos- Crucify (1991) or Winter (1991) or Professional Widow (1996)
Dazz Band- Let It Whip (1981)
The Pointer Sisters- Fire (1978) or Slowhand (1981)
Cameo- Candy (1986)
The Dramatics- Whatcha See is Whatcha Get (1972)
Wednesday, 03.29.17 @ 03:06am

About the 2017 Inductees, Steve Z wrote:
One episode, yes, but that one episode was the series finale to one of the biggest and most revolutionary shows of all time. Even more so, it was part of one of the most talked about final moments in television history. I'm sure Glee added to it, but it was with the Sopranos that reignited that spark. Plus, I figure the connection with the Sopranos and Steven Van Zandt would be an easy go to, as well as Sopranos being more well-regarded than Glee is.
Wednesday, 03.29.17 @ 00:39am

About the 2017 Inductees, Philip wrote:
One episode versus a running gag for a season or two.... gonna say nay.
Tuesday, 03.28.17 @ 23:56pm

About the 2017 Inductees, Steve Z wrote:

I've seen your mentioning that Glee is what made Journey relevant again, but I'd argue that it was the Sopranos finale that reignited that renewed focus on them.
Tuesday, 03.28.17 @ 23:37pm

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