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Vote for the FIVE nominees you believe will be inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2017:
The Cars
2Pac
Chic
Kraftwerk
Chaka Khan
Electric Light Orchestra (ELO)
Jane's Addiction
Steppenwolf
Joe Tex
Yes
The Zombies
Journey
Pearl Jam
Joan Baez
Janet Jackson
Depeche Mode
Bad Brains
MC5
The J. Geils Band
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About Kool and the Gang, Roy wrote:
  Kool & the Gang

01. Robert Bell (1969-Present: bass, vocals)
02. Ronald Bell (1969-Present: saxophone)
03. George Brown (1969-Present: drums)
04. Dennis Thomas (1969-Present: saxophone)
05. Claydes Charles Smith (1969-2006: guitar)
06. Robert Mickens (1969-1986: trumpet, vocals)
07. Rick Westfield (1969-1976: keyboards)
08. Otha Nash (1975-1978: vocals, percussion, trombone)
09. James "J.T." Taylor (1978-1996; 2001: vocals)
10. Clifford Adams (1978-Present: trombone)
11. Michael Ray (1981-1986: trumpet)
12. Curtis Williams (1982-Present: saxophone, keyboards)
Monday, 12.5.16 @ 05:26am
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About Journey, Roy wrote:
  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-Lhy3PJstMk

Is Steve Perry Rejoining Journey? Carlos Santana Is Trying to Make it Happen
Sunday, 12.4.16 @ 23:15pm
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About Journey, Roy wrote:
  http://www.cleveland.com/entertainment/index.ssf/2016/10/rock_roll_hall_of_fame_2017_jo.html

Even Neal Schon thinks Aynsley Dunbar isn't being considered for induction, according to this:

Rock & Roll Hall of Fame 2017: Journey open to reunion with Steve Perry
Sunday, 12.4.16 @ 19:48pm
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About Trans-Siberian Orchestra, Paul in KY wrote:
  Jason, hope you get to see them someday. On Wiki it says they are one of the few bands/acts to just start out playing arenas right away, have never opened for anyone & never have an opening act.

I know I wouldn't want to follow them!
Sunday, 12.4.16 @ 18:02pm
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About Electric Light Orchestra, Michael Norman wrote:
  Jeff, the time is almost here! Very, very happy for your nomination, and i hope soon to be inclusion, into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Best wishes to you sir!
Sunday, 12.4.16 @ 15:38pm
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About Traveling Wilburys, Michael Norman wrote:
  Love both albums! Wonderful songwriting, harmonies, and musicianship!
Sunday, 12.4.16 @ 15:18pm
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About Linkin Park, Frank LP 24 wrote:
  Linkin Park is the most versatile band of all time. They have fans from many backgrounds. Some metal fans like them, some hip hop fans like them, some pop fans like it, etc. Being mainstream is not always a negative things, and they're the living proof. If you don't like LP it's your choice but anybody who says they're not good or versatile is not being objective. They MUST be included.
Sunday, 12.4.16 @ 13:52pm
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About Whitesnake, Nicky Joe wrote:
  Also add Rudy Sarzo to the Ozzy Osbourne induction pool in 2029.
Sunday, 12.4.16 @ 13:49pm
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About Rush, Enigmaticus wrote:
  My 50 favorite "progressive rock" songs are:

01. Rush: 'Xanadu,' "Exit... Stage Left" (1981)
02. Yes: 'Awaken,' "Keys To Ascension" (1996)
03. Rush: 'Dreamline,' "Clockwork Angels Tour" (2013)
04. Yes: 'Mind Drive,' "Keys To Ascension 2" (1997)
05. The Moody Blues: 'Legend Of A Mind,' "A Night At Red Rocks (Deluxe Edition)" (2003)
06. Rush: 'Ghost of A Chance,' "Roll The Bones" (1991)
07. Yes: 'We Agree,' "Magnification" (2001)
08. Rush: 'Available Light,' "Presto" (1989)
09. The Moody Blues: 'Nights In White Satin,' "Days Of Future Passed" (1967)
10. Rush: 'The Garden,' "Clockwork Angels Tour" (2013)
11. Pink Floyd: 'Time,' "Dark Side Of The Moon" (1973)
12. Jethro Tull: 'Thick As A Brick,' "Thick As A Brick" (1972)
13. Rush: 'Mystic Rhythms,' "Power Windows" (1985)
14. Yes: 'Magnification' "Symphonic Live" (2009)
15. Yes: 'Close To The Edge' "Symphonic Live" (2009)
16. Rush: 'Jacob's Ladder,' "Exit... Stage Left" (1981)
17. The Moody Blues: 'Gypsy (Of A Strange And Distant Time),' "To Our Children's Children's Children" (1969)
18. Pink Floyd: 'High Hopes,' "p.u.l.s.e," (1995)
19. Rush: 'The Camera Eye,' "Moving Pictures," (1981)
20. Yes: 'The Revealing Science Of God,' "Keys To Ascension" (1996)
21. Rush: 'Losing It,' "Signals" (1982)
22. Rush: 'Faithless,' "Snakes & Arrows" (2007)
23. Yes: 'Give Love Each Day,' "Magnification" (2001)
24. King Crimson: 'In The Court of the Crimson King,' "In The Court of the Crimson King" (1969)
25. King Crimson: 'Epitaph,' "In The Court of the Crimson King" (1969)
26. Duran Duran: 'Ordinary World,' "Duran Duran" (1993)
27. Talking Heads: 'The Great Curve,' "Remain In Light" (1980)
28. Duran Duran: 'What Are The Chances?' "Paper Gods" (2015)
29. Talking Heads: 'Burning Down The House,' "Speaking In Tongues" (1983)
30. Supertramp: 'Fool's Overture,' "Paris" (1980)
31. Gentle Giant: 'Free Hand,' "Free Hand" (1975)
32. Electric Light Orchestra: 'Mr. Blue Sky,' "Out of the Blue" (1977)
33. Kansas: 'Miracles Out Of Nowhere,' "Leftoverture" (1976)
34. Jefferson Airplane: 'rejoyce,' "After Bathing At Baxters" (1968)
35. Kansas: 'Dust In The Wind,' "Point of Know Return" (1977)
36. Genesis: 'The Musical Box,' "Nursery Cryme" (1971)
37. Peter Gabriel: 'Games Without Frontiers,' "Peter Gabriel" (1980)
38. Emerson, Lake & Palmer: 'Take A Pebble,' "Emerson, Lake & Palmer" (1970)
39. Genesis: 'Supper's Ready,' "Foxtrot" (1972)
40. Rush: 'La Villa Strangiato,' "Hemispheres" (1978)
41. Duran Duran: 'What Happens Tomorrow,' "Astronaut" (2004)
42. Rush: 'Time & Motion,' "Test For Echo" (1996)
43. Yes: 'In The Presence Of,' "Symphonic Live" (2009)
44. The Moody Blues: '22,000 Days,' "Long Distance Voyager" (1981)
45. Pink Floyd: 'Dogs,' "Animals" (1977)
46. Jethro Tull: 'A Hunting Girl,' "Songs From The Wood" (1977)
47. Gentle Giant: 'Wreck,' "Acquiring The Taste" (1971)
48. Duran Duran: 'The Man Who Stole A Leopard,' "All You Need Is Now" (2010)
49. Procol Harum: 'A Whiter Shade Of Pale,' "Procol Harum" (1967)
50. Styx: 'Man In The Wilderness,' "The Grand Illusion" (1977)
Sunday, 12.4.16 @ 13:21pm
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About Rush, Enigmaticus wrote:
  My 30 favorite "progressive rock" songs are:

01. Rush: 'Xanadu,' "Exit... Stage Left" (1981)
02. Yes: 'Awaken,' "Keys To Ascension" (1996)
03. Rush: 'Dreamline,' "Clockwork Angels Tour" (2013)
04. Yes: 'Mind Drive,' "Keys To Ascension 2" (1997)
05. The Moody Blues: 'Legend Of A Mind,' "A Night At Red Rocks (Deluxe Edition)" (2003)
06. Rush: 'Ghost of A Chance,' "Roll The Bones" (1991)
07. Yes: 'We Agree,' "Magnification" (2001)
08. Rush: 'Available Light,' "Presto" (1989)
09. The Moody Blues: 'Nights In White Satin,' "Days Of Future Passed" (1967)
10. Rush: 'The Garden,' "Clockwork Angels Tour" (2013)
11. Pink Floyd: 'Time,' "Dark Side Of The Moon" (1973)
12. Jethro Tull: 'Thick As A Brick,' "Thick As A Brick" (1973)
13. Rush: 'Mystic Rhythms,' "Power Windows" (1985)
14. Yes: 'Magnification' "Symphonic Live" (2009)
15. Yes: 'Close To The Edge' "Symphonic Live" (2009)
16. Rush: 'Jacob's Ladder,' "Exit... Stage Left" (1981)
17. The Moody Blues: 'Gypsy (Of A Strange And Distant Time),' "To Our Children's Children's Children" (1969)
18. Pink Floyd: 'High Hopes,' "p.u.l.s.e," (1995)
19. Rush: 'The Camera Eye,' "Moving Pictures," (1981)
20. Yes: 'The Revealing Science Of God,' "Keys To Ascension" (1996)
21. Rush: 'Losing It,' "Signals" (1982)
22. Rush: 'Faithless,' "Snakes & Arrows" (2007)
23. Yes: 'Give Love Each Day,' "Magnification" (2001)
24. King Crimson: 'In The Court of the Crimson King,' "In The Court of the Crimson King" (1969)
25. King Crimson: 'Epitaph,' "In The Court of the Crimson King" (1969)
26. Duran Duran: 'Ordinary World,' "Duran Duran" (1993)
27. Talking Heads: 'The Great Curve,' "Remain In Light" (1980)
28. Duran Duran: 'What Are The Chances' "Paper Gods" (2015)
29. Talking Heads: 'Burning Down The House,' "Speaking In Tongues" (1983)
30. Supertramp: 'Fool's Overture,' "Paris" (1980)
Sunday, 12.4.16 @ 12:14pm
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About Rush, Enigmaticus wrote:
  My 25 favorite "progressive rock " songs are:

01. Rush: 'Xanadu,' "Exit... Stage Left" (1981)
02. Yes: 'Awaken,' "Keys To Ascension" (1996)
03. Rush: 'Dreamline,' "Clockwork Angels Tour" (2013)
04. Yes: 'Mind Drive,' "Keys To Ascension 2" (1997)
05. The Moody Blues: 'Legend Of A Mind,' "A Night At Red Rocks (Deluxe Edition) (2003)
06. Rush: 'Ghost of A Chance,' "Roll The Bones" (1991)
07. Yes: 'We Agree,' "Magnification" (2001)
08. Rush: 'Available Light,' "Presto" (1989)
09. The Moody Blues: 'Nights In White Satin,' "Days Of Future Passed" (1967)
10. Rush: 'The Garden,' "Clockwork Angels Tour" (2013)
11. Pink Floyd: 'Time,' "Dark Side Of The Moon" (1973)
12. Jethro Tull: 'Thick As A Brick,' "Thick As A Brick" (1973)
13. Rush: 'Mystic Rhythms,' "Power Windows" (1985)
14. Yes: 'Magnification' "Symphonic Live" (2009)
15. Yes: 'Close To The Edge' "Symphonic Live" (2009)
16. Rush: 'Jacob's Ladder,' "Exit... Stage Left" (1981)
17. The Moody Blues: 'Gypsy (Of A Strange And Distant Time),' "To Our Children's Children's Children" (1969)
18. Pink Floyd: 'High Hopes,' "p.u.l.s.e," (1995)
19. Rush: 'The Camera Eye,' "Moving Pictures," (1981)
20. Yes: 'The Revealing Science Of God,' "Keys To Ascension" (1996)
21. Rush: 'Losing It,' "Signals" (1982)
22. Rush: 'Faithless,' "Snakes & Arrows" (2007)
23. Yes: 'Give Love Each Day,' "Magnification" (2001)
24. King Crimson: 'In The Court of the Crimson King,' "In The Court of the Crimson King" (1969)
25. King Crimson: 'Epitaph,' "In The Court of the Crimson King" (1969)
Sunday, 12.4.16 @ 12:02pm
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About Duran Duran, Enigmaticus wrote:
  LeBron23,

You are very welcome.
Saturday, 12.3.16 @ 16:52pm
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About Duran Duran, Lebron23 wrote:
  Thanks Enigmaticus for the info. Sounds like a band I should listen to.
Saturday, 12.3.16 @ 16:27pm
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About Duran Duran, Enigmaticus wrote:
  LeBron 23,

Thank you for asking about Duran Duran.

LeBron23,

Duran Duran are an outstanding band.

Unfortunately, I think that in their early days they were pigeonholed into being a "boy band," or perhaps even "throwaway assembly line pop" due perhaps to the scream fest encountered during their early shows. But since then, even their harshest critics have become much more acceptable of their output and our new regarding many of their older songs, such as: 'Hungry Like The Wolf' and 'Save A Prayer' for example, as classics.

Since those early days, Duran Duran has released numerous timeless songs, including: 'Ordinary World,' 'Come Undone,' 'Pop Trash Movie,' What Happens Tomorrow,' 'What Are The Chances,' et cetera.

Of course, in my honest opinion, "Rio" is a Classic Rock album, but then so are: "Duran Duran" (1981), "Duran Duran (1993)" aka, "The Wedding Album," "Pop Trash," (2000) "Astronaut," (2004) "All You Need Is Now" (2010) and "Paper Gods"(2015). In addition to those albums, I highly recommend their live presentations, "A Diamond In The Mind Live 2011" (2012) and "Duran Duran: Unstaged."

I have written rather extensively about Duran Duran for nearly 4 consecutive years on this website. I am also a huge supporter of Duran Duran's induction into the Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame.
Saturday, 12.3.16 @ 14:14pm
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About Duran Duran, Enigmaticus wrote:
  LeBron23,

Duran Duran are an outstanding band.

Unfortunately, I think that in their early days they were pigeonholed into being a "boy band," or perhaps even "throwaway assembly line pop" due perhaps to the scream fest encountered during their early shows. But since then, even their harshest critics have become much more acceptable of their output and our new regarding many of their older songs, such as: 'Hungry Like The Wolf' and 'Save A Prayer' for example, as classics.

Since those early days, Duran Duran has released numerous timeless songs, including: 'Ordinary World,' 'Come Undone,' ''Pop Trash Movie,' What Happens Tomorrow,' 'What Are The Chances,' et cetera.

Of course, in my honest opinion, "Rio" is a Classic Rock album, but then so are: "Duran Duran" (1981), "Duran Duran (1993)" aka, "The Wedding Album," "Pop Trash," (2000) "Astronaut," (2004) "All You Need Is Now" (2010) and "Paper Gods"(2015). In addition to those albums, I highly recommend their live presentations, "A Diamond In The Mind Live 2011" (2012) and "Duran Duran: Unstaged."

I have written rather extensively about Duran Duran for nearly 4 consecutive years on this website.
Saturday, 12.3.16 @ 14:10pm
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About Trans-Siberian Orchestra, Jason Voigt wrote:
  Great review, Paul! I've always wanted to catch the TSO as they are on my bucket list. But for some reason (maybe because they tour and come to StL every year) they haven't been on top of my priority list. Plus its the lamest excuse from me every year: "I just haven't gotten around to it...". The TSO is coming to St. Louis tomorrow with two shows but unfortunately Sunday is my busiest day of the week as I've got my radio show. But soon it will happen. Thanks for sharing your experience.
Saturday, 12.3.16 @ 13:46pm
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About Electric Light Orchestra, Rick Vendl II wrote:
  I've compiled a list of 2016-2017 Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Voters or Inductees who I think could vote for Electric Light Orchestra (ELO) w/Jeff Lynne, Bev Bevan, Roy Wood and Richard Tandy, please tell me what your thoughts are with any possible additions you might have...

Eddie Trunk
Stewart Copeland
Daryl Hall
Genesis
Billy Joel
Quincy Jones
Bob Dylan
Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers
Paul McCartney
Ringo Starr
Joe Walsh
Rick Nielsen
Brian May
Elton John
Steve Winwood
Randy Newman
Brian Wilson
Duane Eddy
Roger McGuinn (The Byrds)
John Cale
Roger Daltrey
Sammy Hagar (The Red Rocker)
David Lee Roth
Ace Frehley
Axl Rose (Guns N' Roses)
David Grohl & Krist Novoselić (Nirvana)
Black Sabbath
Aerosmith
The Staple Singers
Agnetha Fältskog
Paul Shaffer
Gary Dell'Abate (BaBaBooey)
R.E.M.
Beastie Boys
Chuck Berry
Alice Cooper
Eric Clapton
Steve Miller
Heart
Pink Floyd
Deep Purple
Jimmy Page
John Paul Jones Official
Robert Plant?
Ira Robbins?
Chicago?! (Camelia Kath connection)
Red Hot Chili Peppers
Rush

8-)
Saturday, 12.3.16 @ 00:22am
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About Duran Duran, Lebron23 wrote:
  Is Duran Duran any good? I'm only 18 and my parents used to play them once in a while in the car.
Friday, 12.2.16 @ 21:47pm
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About Trans-Siberian Orchestra, Paul in KY wrote:
  Saw this spectacular show last night in Lexington, KY. Got free tics to it out of the blue.

Overall impression: Holy Shit!! These guys (and gals) make the Flaming Lips set I saw at Bonnaroo a few years ago seem quaint & amateurish. Slick production all the way around.

They have 3 guitarists, a bassist, a drummer with a Neal-Peart-Level drum kit, 2 keyboardists, 10 chorus members and a 10 piece string section...oh, plus a lead violinist. Most of time there must have been 25 people on stage.

They were doing a Christmas show & basically had 2 sets. 1st was the Christmas one & when they finishes, they recognized various performers & then went straight into their 2nd set of secular music.

Had one of the wildest light shows I've ever seen. Had more lasers going off than a Star Wars battle scene. Had all kinds of fires shooting up on stage & also had some kind of pyramid contraption near back end of floor that opened up & shot flames out the top. Had a moving light catwalk thing that the performers would get on, plus multiple risers, etc. Like one level less than a U2 show.

This thing is choreographed like a Prince show, but was very, very enjoyable. They played for 2.5 hours. You get your money's worth with this act. A Must See Live act.
Friday, 12.2.16 @ 18:45pm
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About Rae Sremmurd, Paul in KY wrote:
  Jason, that band replaced some guy who was supposed to be playing at Voodoo Fest & then got sent to prison for a stretch. Heard they did a great job. I did not see them, myself.

Sounds like the kind of hip hop act that would appeal to me :-)
Friday, 12.2.16 @ 08:19am
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About Leon Russell, Roy wrote:
  None of Leon Russell's albums re-charted on Billboard 200. Very strange.
Thursday, 12.1.16 @ 20:39pm
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About The Pointer Sisters, Bill G wrote:
  ****The POINTER SISTERS****

The Pointer Sisters are still ANOTHER reason why the RRHOF's undeclared ban on Black R&B acts is...just STUPID!!!

Totally shocking that JUNE, RUTH,BONNIE, AND ANITA have never even been NOMINATED !!! They were a multi-talented group of sisters that did EVERYTHING well :Pop, R&B, Country, 40's Big Band...you name it !!! and they had a string of hits that were the envy of the industry...and are still well remembered today !!!
*They were awarded with a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in 1994.
* They are multiple Grammy Award winners.
* They were the FIRST R&B group (ever) to play the Grand Ol' Opry.
* Their songs have been used in movies and T.V. commercials
* They wrote much of their own material.
They have won 3 American Music Awards
*They have had no less than 8 U.S. Certified Gold Albums, two of which went Platinum and one Multi-Platinum
They have had 3 of their albums go Platinum in Canada, one of which went 4 times Platinum.
Thet have had some 41 Pop and R&B charting singles...including 13 Top 20 singles and 7 Top 10's.
*They have recorded hits on the Pop, Rock, Jazz, Country, and R&B/Soul Charts...
* They had charted hits in the United States, Canada, the U.K.,Australia,The Netherlands,Belgium,Austria,Germany,Ireland,Sweden, and New Zealand....
BUT THEY'RE NOT GOOD ENOUGH FOR THE ROCK and ROLL HALL of FAME?? Not even a NOMINATION ?
Careful, RRHOF.... your Racism and Rockism is beginning to show..
Thursday, 12.1.16 @ 17:35pm
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About the 2017 Nominees, Ben wrote:
  Enig and ogam 5,

The Moody Blues and Procul Harum should b inducted as soon as possible. I would say that ELO and Yes may be more popular. Yes did not have a lot of hit singles but They sold tremedously with Their albums and concerts. The Moody Blues innvovated the Prog scene as did Procul Harum. The Moody Vlues were a big concert draw in the 70s too.
Thursday, 12.1.16 @ 12:00pm
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About Diana Ross, Martha Marvelette wrote:
  The Old Whore Mary Wilson managed to sneak into the R&R Hall of Fame, clinging on to Diana's Coat tails, Time to induct THE REAL DEAL, she's earned it 10X over.
Thursday, 12.1.16 @ 11:54am
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About Yes, Enigmaticus wrote:
  I can certainly understand Rick Wakeman's frustration about Yes. In my honest opinion, Yes should have been inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame decades ago. Yet, this is only Yes' third nomination for induction into the Rock Hall. It really is time to induct Yes into the Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame.
Thursday, 12.1.16 @ 09:41am
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About the 2017 Nominees, Roy wrote:
  December has arrived.
Thursday, 12.1.16 @ 09:25am
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About the 2017 Nominees, Enigmaticus wrote:
  ogam5,

I definitely agree that Procol Harum and The Moody Blues should have both been inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame decades ago.
Thursday, 12.1.16 @ 09:23am
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About Yes, Enigmaticus wrote:
  It is now December 1, 2016.
Thursday, 12.1.16 @ 08:57am
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About Bobby Byrd, Bill G wrote:
  https://www.facebook.com/thefamousflamesbysandibennett/
BOBBY BYRD just missed becoming a DOUBLE INDUCTEE into The ROCK and ROLL HALL of FAME last year with The James Brown Band, The JB's !!
(He's already inducted with the singing group The Famous Flames).
Thursday, 12.1.16 @ 01:07am
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About Rae Sremmurd, Jason Voigt wrote:
  I guess I am a late bloomer discovering this act. Until about a couple months ago, I had never heard of them. Story goes like this: the radio station I worked at had tickets for the staff to attend (even though we never played them), and I declined. Instead, I chose to see Saint Motel/Jr. Jr./Weathers, who were all playing next door at a new small venue. The Rae Sremmurd show sold out bigtime, and I saw the very long line of people outside (mostly hot young women, around 20-25; not very many dudes!). Of course I was like, what the hell? But I later gave them a listen, and I'm glad that I did.

Rae Sremmurd (ear drummers spelled backwards) now has a Billboard #1 Pop single, "Black Beatles". Great song, but "No Type" is the one that never gets old for me. Best thing to sum up their music is stoner rap/hip-hop, with a little emo mixed in. Think Wiz Khalifa. I expect to see/hear more from the two guys that make up Rae Sremmurd in the future.
Wednesday, 11.30.16 @ 22:51pm
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About Chicago, Roy wrote:
  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=45Ue586twWA

Danny Seraphine - The Art Of Jazz Rock Drumming (FULL DRUM LESSON)
Wednesday, 11.30.16 @ 22:13pm
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About Chicago, Roy wrote:
  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RxMsIYpfRaE

THE TERRY KATH EXPERIENCE TRAILER

CNN GOT THE RIGHTS TO AIRE THIS TOO
Wednesday, 11.30.16 @ 21:37pm
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About Chicago, Roy wrote:
  

CHICAGO: NOW MORE THAN EVER
Wednesday, 11.30.16 @ 21:26pm
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About Chicago, Roy wrote:
  http://cnnpressroom.blogs.cnn.com/2016/11/28/filmrise-and-cnn-films-announce-u-s-broadcast-rights-to-now-more-than-ever-the-history-of-chicago/

FILMRISE and CNN Films Announce U.S. Broadcast Rights to ‘NOW MORE THAN EVER: The History of Chicago’

Film about rock band Chicago to have television & streaming premiere on CNN platforms beginning Jan. 1, 2017

[img]https://pbs.twimg.com/media/CyXz5pOWIAAbvlA.jpg:large[/img]
Wednesday, 11.30.16 @ 21:20pm
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About Southside Johnny and the Asbury Jukes, Jimmy wrote:
  Its a joke that southside in not in. One of the best live rock show i ever saw and i wasnt a fan going in. Blew me away n ive seen them all live only bruce, tina james brown on same level live!!!!
Tuesday, 11.29.16 @ 23:26pm
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About The Kingston Trio, Roy wrote:
  The Kingston Trio: 1957-1967

01. Dave Guard (1957-1961; vocals, guitar, banjo) DEAD
02. Bob Shane (1957-1967; vocals, guitar, banjo) ALIVE
03. Nick Reynolds (1957-1967; vocals, guitar, conga drum, bongos) DEAD
04. John Stewart (1961-1967; vocals, guitar, banjo) DEAD
Tuesday, 11.29.16 @ 23:15pm
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About Switchfoot, Paul in KY wrote:
  To further my previous post about hem not playing some of their earlier stuff, they did not play 'Bullet Soul'!?!?

Now go & listen to the album version of that song & then tell me you wouldn't play that song at every gig.

That's an example of why I was a tad disappointed at end of show.
Tuesday, 11.29.16 @ 19:53pm
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About the 2017 Nominees, Ben wrote:
  DarinRG,

We do agree on this. We do have some different music tastes. I love a lot of 60s music as well as stuff from my own time of the 70s and 80s. You nailed that point. Steppenwolf just like the Zombies will be nominated every couple Years.

This happened in the past with 5Os artists being nominated and inducted with 70s acts. So it happens with 60s acts now. From this point on Steppenwolf, the Zombies, Procul Harum and several other 60 acts are going to be competing with Alice in Chains, The Cure, Janes Addiction,Smashing Pumpkins, The Replacements and many other acts of Later generations. They could float out one 60s act at a time. Sadly a lot of them may be dead by the time they are Inducted. 2016 was a bad year for musicians over 55. Some acts from the 60s may survive long enough.
Tuesday, 11.29.16 @ 19:01pm
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About Whitney Houston, JFedd wrote:
  Regardless of what Andrew had to say, she had her problems, but that doesn't take away from her accomplishments. I mean I don't take anything from old wrinkled up Madonna. She is an icon, but I will correct you. So was Whitney. Now check that.
Tuesday, 11.29.16 @ 16:58pm
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About the 2017 Nominees, ogam5 wrote:
  .....despite Chic seemingly having been nominated nearly HALF the Hall's existence, I worry that we'll never see Harum up again - and if there's ONE band other than the Moodies who are deserving of induction for their sizable influence on prog, it's THEM.....
Tuesday, 11.29.16 @ 16:24pm
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