List of Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Snubs


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About Rock Hall Projected, Lax34 wrote:
Should the current tiebreaker vote structure still be valid, here are my votes for the tiebreaker at hand.


Nas

Glenn Miller

Writing this on my grandparents iPad just to let it be known,

Lax34
Sunday, 10.22.17 @ 09:28am


About The Smithereens, John wrote:
The Smithereens changed how I approached writing songs. During the early 80s, I was disgusted writing silly pop girl songs, so when I first heard Blood & Roses it was an epiphany that it was not only okay to have dark thoughts on a sunny day, it was also cool. The broke down the Lyrical barrier.

I've yet to see the Smithereens on a ballot, but it's long overdue.
DiNizio, Babjak, Diken ,and Mesaros are truly one of the few acts that transcend time.
Sunday, 10.22.17 @ 09:23am


About Rock Hall Projected, Tom H. wrote:
OK so in case the current tie breaker holds up my votes are for

Nas

Glenn Miller

At this point however I have no idea if this is the right tie breaker or if there even is a tie breaker. Hopefully this all gets resolved soon.
Sunday, 10.22.17 @ 08:21am


About The Moody Blues, Enigmaticus wrote:
Sue, Margie, Ben, KING and numerous others,

Several years ago, prior to Rush’s actual induction into the Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame, guitarist Alex Lifeson had called The Moody Blues and King Crimson huge influences. As I have stated numerous times previously, “I have seen no greater influence on Rush’s overall discography than that of The Moody Blues.” Unfortunately, many members of Rush’s massive fan base do not wish to see this, and would rather waste precious time and harp on that nadir of Rush’s existence, the abominable and atrocious, ‘Lessons,’ from “2112,” instead of recognizing several of Rush’s greatest albums, such as: “Power Windows,” “Hold Your Fire,” “Presto,” “Roll The Bones,” “Test For Echo,” “Snakes & Arrows” and “Clockwork Angels,” each of which show profound Moody Blues’ influences. Unfortunately, we really need Rush’s
massive fan base to back us, in order to ensure that The Moody Blues are deservedly inducted into the Rock &
Roll Hall Of Fame in 2018. Yes, I do agree that the members of Rush should induct The Moody Blues into the Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame in 2018.
Sunday, 10.22.17 @ 06:50am


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