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2019 (The 2020 Induction Ceremony)
These artists released their first recording in 1994, which makes them eligible for the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame in 2019 (the induction ceremony will be held the year following the voting process, in 2020). All currently eligible artists are listed here. Artists aleady inducted in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame can be found here.
Click on any artist to cast your vote!
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Comments58 comments so far (post your own)
Posted by martin on Wednesday, 06.13.07 @ 09:30am
I can't believe we're allowed comments for the years now, but I'm not complaining.
Posted by Casper on Wednesday, 06.13.07 @ 17:43pm
My vote would go to Korn, Marylin Manson, and perhaps Usher could get himself into position before it's said and done.
Posted by Dave on Monday, 08.27.07 @ 05:04am
Oasis and OutKast are locks, and despite Jeff Buckley only releasing one album, I believe he has a very strong chance of being inducted due to it constantly being hailed as a classic masterpiece by the general public.
Posted by Antonio on Thursday, 09.6.07 @ 18:15pm
Posted by liam on Sunday, 09.9.07 @ 12:08pm
Yeah, aside from a few really crap ones, this year looks pretty good!
Posted by Liam on Monday, 02.11.08 @ 16:36pm
Notorious BIG and Bone Thugs N Harmony so whoever inducts them can go "its bone and biggy biggy. its bone and biggy biggy." Hahaha Im hilarious.
Posted by Nick on Monday, 05.26.08 @ 15:52pm
Korn-Casper hit it on the head. The little credibility the Hall will have by this point will be shot with the induction of Korn. Almost the same goes for Manson and Usher...sorry, Dave.
Posted by Trey on Tuesday, 08.12.08 @ 17:53pm
The 2020 Rock Hall. These groups should be inducted together!! The biggest 90s acts!
Posted by Roy on Thursday, 09.18.08 @ 13:30pm
I don't think you need to wait till 2019 to put in Nirvana/P/ Jam/ Metallica/GNR/ etc. Let them go in when they are first eligible. There's a fair amount here to choose from:
Posted by Cheesecrop on Thursday, 09.18.08 @ 14:46pm
Posted by justin on Tuesday, 09.23.08 @ 02:28am
ima go with bush for a longshot, anxious to see what else in flames can put out, oasis, korn cause they have that unique feel that gets the voters wet, weezer, lisa loeb would get my vote for the hot factor and her glasses, also charles manson, aaaaaaliyah, shes got the death factor, but sorry your not kurt cobain, dust yourself off and try again.
Posted by argh on Tuesday, 02.3.09 @ 10:23am
Posted by chase on Wednesday, 03.11.09 @ 23:14pm
Posted by BAGHEAD on Saturday, 03.14.09 @ 12:58pm
Posted by riley on Monday, 04.6.09 @ 10:49am
My bet is that none of them are first ballot HoFer's.
Posted by Dameon on Monday, 04.6.09 @ 12:24pm
Damn...we've got some good artists here. This ought to be an interesting year...
Posted by AreUExperienced on Monday, 07.13.09 @ 19:57pm
With the passing of the "rap revolution", 2019/2020 looks like a relatively clear-cut year.
Posted by Julien Peter Benney on Tuesday, 07.14.09 @ 21:08pm
You can never count out papa roach. They might not get inducted right away but they still have a chance
Posted by yuh on Wednesday, 07.29.09 @ 23:55pm
I like Papa Roach. Lovehatetragedy is a damned good album. As for the Hall, they are probably not there yet. Another killer album or two & they could have the material to get in.
Posted by Paul in KY on Thursday, 07.30.09 @ 06:31am
Posted by ronnan on Wednesday, 10.21.09 @ 14:58pm
The 2020 Rock And Roll Hall of Fame
Posted by Roy on Sunday, 10.25.09 @ 05:32am
My top 5 this year
Posted by J. Lewis on Saturday, 11.7.09 @ 13:39pm
Posted by Alex on Tuesday, 11.10.09 @ 09:56am
What a good year!!!
Posted by chase on Sunday, 01.3.10 @ 17:30pm
What a good year!!!
Posted by Milestones on Sunday, 01.3.10 @ 18:11pm
Daft Punk - brought dance music into new territory in the late 90s
Posted by 3MTA3 on Thursday, 03.25.10 @ 17:50pm
Posted by MC on Sunday, 04.11.10 @ 15:46pm
Oasis-one succesful album will not get in
Posted by Flaming Homer on Monday, 05.3.10 @ 18:57pm
Posted by Chalkie on Monday, 05.3.10 @ 19:00pm
Amon Amarth - No chance, but it would be cool if this happened
Posted by Sam on Wednesday, 06.30.10 @ 21:13pm
I can definitely see them inducting Oasis, Outkast and Weezer.Jeff Buckley's probably a close call, For Nas and the Notorious B.I.G. it depends how far they go with inducting rap
Posted by Tahvo Parvianen on Thursday, 07.1.10 @ 03:14am
Probably not Hall worthy, but I really like the Papa Roach album 'Lovehatetragedy'
Posted by Paul in KY on Thursday, 07.1.10 @ 05:45am
Just saw I had already posted that nugget several months ago, sorry.
Posted by Paul in KY on Thursday, 07.1.10 @ 05:47am
Posted by Sam on Friday, 07.2.10 @ 18:23pm
Posted by Lenny1444 on Monday, 07.12.10 @ 22:10pm
Posted by Jack on Saturday, 09.18.10 @ 22:15pm
Posted by Antonio on Friday, 09.24.10 @ 00:09am
Oops I meant "Downloading Culture" so pervasive with regards to pt number 2 - the original comment was partly a typo!
Posted by Antonio on Friday, 09.24.10 @ 00:11am
All valid points, Antonio, and I actually support Korn's induction. I was using Acclaimed Music to measure their critical respect, and I found that they're not very high up in that regard. Plus, Hard Rock and Metal hasn't done so well in the Hall outside of the ones which they really couldn't ignore like Zeppelin, Aerosmith, Sabbath and Metallica (who I suspect would've been kept out if they'd broken up when Cliff died, as I believe their massive success made the difference for them,) so I don't see how Korn can necessarily have a legitimate shot if Deep Purple (100 million records sold, legitimate critical respect these days and plenty of airplay on Metal/Hard Rock radio shows and several songs in heavy rotation on CRR [Classic Rock Radio]) and Iron Maiden (70 million records sold, can headline major festivals and still occasionally sell out stadiums in the UK and parts of Europe, can always sell out stadiums in Mexico and South America) still can't get a shot when they're liked more. Still, we'll see, I guess; they could have a resurgence in popularity, and there's still nine years to go, during which time some younger blood could come along. We'll see, but just don't hold your breath.
Posted by Sam on Wednesday, 09.29.10 @ 08:47am
"Not to mention he's got some metal about him, which always hurts, and how do you expect him to be inducted if Alice Cooper and KISS aren't?" - Me
Posted by Sam on Sunday, 01.2.11 @ 12:45pm
Even if The Blue Album and Pinkerton were the only albums they ever released, they'd definitely deserve a spot.
Posted by Xavier on Tuesday, 01.25.11 @ 04:34am
NAS will get in
Posted by MC on Thursday, 02.3.11 @ 20:30pm
A (slightly) stronger year for newly eligible artists than 2018
Posted by Tahvo Parvianen on Tuesday, 03.8.11 @ 08:08am
I guess it's time to really get my position on the "Rap Question" on record. I do support Rap/Hip Hop being inducted... but selectively. For one thing, there's a very big backlog that needs to be dealt with (it was annoying that Grandmaster Flash and Run DMC leapfrogged over most of that backlog, but that's the Hall's fault not their's), plus the worthy non-rap newly eligibles. Rappers are worthy in my opinion if they hit on at least one of the following:
Posted by Sam on Monday, 03.14.11 @ 13:49pm
Will Right Away:
Posted by Cloonie on Monday, 08.22.11 @ 18:21pm
You ass wipe Aaliyah nor Usher never did rock there rnb singers you ass wipee
Posted by neenee on Monday, 09.5.11 @ 01:17am
Johnny Cash is a country singer but he's in.
Posted by GFW on Monday, 09.5.11 @ 05:57am
Going by this sites projects the biggest artists/bands from this year:
Posted by GFW on Saturday, 12.3.11 @ 11:31am
Cake - Nah, who talks about Cake nowdays?
Posted by GFW on Thursday, 03.1.12 @ 13:23pm
Aaliyah: From what i understand a fairly big name in 90's R&B, might be inducted to represent it.
Posted by GFW on Saturday, 07.28.12 @ 07:09am
oops, looks like i already did this. rather embarrasing really.
Posted by GFW on Saturday, 07.28.12 @ 07:16am
GFW, I can assure you it's not nearly as embarrassing as some of the painfully immature arguments, personal attacks, vendettas, overly emotional rants, fanboy/fangirl hysteria, drunk posts, trolling, spam and just plain weirdness floating around on this site.
Posted by Tahvo Parvianen on Saturday, 07.28.12 @ 10:31am
Yes Tahvo, it does look pretty ugly here a good portion of the time. I, for one, promise to strive to create the best writing I can possibly produce with no name calling, personal attacks or incoherent ramblings. If someone responds to anything I say with name calling, personal attacks or incoherent ramblings I will ignore them. I also promise to not post while under the influence of any foreign substances or within an hour of bedtime or on an empty stomach.
Posted by joker on Saturday, 07.28.12 @ 16:36pm
Hey, lets leave drunk posts out of it. ;)
Posted by DarinRG on Saturday, 07.28.12 @ 20:42pm
Oh yeah, I wasn't thinking of your drunk posts, Darin. Those are ok, lol. I was thinking more of the nonsensical rambling ones.
Posted by Tahvo Parvianen on Sunday, 07.29.12 @ 03:39am
wow another year and no mention of meatloaf whos running this thing
Posted by bobby black on Wednesday, 01.6.16 @ 02:48am
Harvard grad lead singer. Positive message; college vibe.
Posted by Joshua Micetich on Saturday, 07.30.16 @ 21:03pm
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