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**Why Isn't Chubby Checker in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame?
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**Update: Chad Channing Will Not be Inducted Into the Rock Hall with Nirvana
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**Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony Ticket Information
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**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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Check out the newly eligible artists for the 2015 Ceremony.



List of Rock & Roll Hall of Famers - including how many nominations it took them to get inducted.
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What are people talking about?

About The Doobie Brothers, Jim W wrote:
Why should the Doobie Brothers be in the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame? Because, to me, they represent the perfect amalgamation of rock, pop, R&B, and even country music. They did not suddenly "break on the scene" like other major bands, but gradually and steadily built an impressive body of recorded work (from 1972's "Listen to the Music" to 1989's "The Doctor"), as well as a large, devoted, worldwide fan base over the years. The instrumentation of their mid-70s recordings anticipates the emergence of the Americana movement (when they are not serving up a crunchy guitar-based wall of sound), while their late '70s songs crystalize the "California sound" of that time, and often cross into R&B, such that some of those recordings are sampled within the hip-hop genre. The Doobies boast a vivid concert experience (consult YouTube if you doubt this), and have influenced hundreds of rising club and bar bands. They have earned Grammys, have been mainstays on AM/FM/Satellite radio, and have achieved several #1 albums and singles on the Billboard charts. They have made an historic mark on rock and roll, and can be considered the quintessential American rock band. To me, there is little doubt they belong in the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame.
Friday, 07.25.14 @ 01:53am


About The Song Project, jtrichey wrote:
Barenaked Ladies - One Week (1998)
Brandy & Monica - The Boy is Mine (1998)
Capital Cities - Safe and Sound (2011)
Carly Rae Jepsen - Call Me Maybe (2011)
Icona Pop (feat. Charli XCX) - I Love It (2012)
Len - Steal My Sunshine (1999)
Liz Phair - Why Can't I? (2003)
Lorde - Tennis Court (2013)
N Sync - Bye Bye Bye (2000)
Tegan and Sara - Closer (2012)

Friday, 07.25.14 @ 00:21am


About Janet Jackson, Latosha wrote:
Please add Janet Jackson!! It is time! She has done so much with her music, for dance and acting. She has grown up in the business, put on amazing shows and concerts and has paved the way for so many artists: The Late Whitney Houston(from her own words she stated it), Madonna, Nia Peeples, Vanessa Williams, Paula Abdul, TLC, The Late Aaliyah, Brandy, Jennifer Lopez, Ashanti, Beyonce', Ciara, Britney Spears, Kelly Rowland, there are more, but these are the biggest names in the industry, and of course us all that had our fashion trends, Janet started major ones, remember the key on the earring? It was a big trend, jewelry stores selling them... along with hairstyles and the dance moves... here is an article about her to help this along, please induct Janet Jackson! Thank you

http://thelavalizard.com/2013/05/the-pop-culture-impact-of-janet-jacksons-velvet-rope/
Friday, 07.25.14 @ 00:17am


About Revisited Projected Rankings, jtrichey wrote:
1. U2 - Where The Streets Have No Names (1987)
2. Madonna - Like a Virgin (1984)
3. Peter Gabriel - In Your Eyes (1986)
4. Dire Straits - Money for Nothing (1985)
5. AC/DC - Back In Black (1980)
6. Run-D.M.C. feat. Aerosmith - Walk This Way (1986)
7. The Clash - Rock The Casbah (1982)
8. R.E.M. - The One I Love (1987)
9. U2 - Sunday Bloody Sunday (1983)
10. Bob Marley And The Wailers - Redemption Song (1980)
11. Public Enemy - Bring The Noise (1987)
12. The Cure - Just Like Heaven (1987)
13. Rush - Tom Sawyer (1981)
14. Joy Division - Love Will Tear Us Apart (1980)
15. Motörhead - Ace Of Spades (1980)
16. Metallica - Master of Puppets (1986)


Friday, 07.25.14 @ 00:17am


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