Future Rock Legends

Where we determine current artists' chances for future induction into the
Rock & Roll Hall of Fame using historically predictive criteria and YOUR votes.
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**The Evolution of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Ballot
**Charles Crossley, Jr. breaks down the 2016 Rock Hall Nominees
**Rock Hall Nominating Committee Member Dave Marsh Opens Up About the Induction Process
**Unusual Voting Activity in the Official Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Fan Poll
**Using Rolling Stone's 100 Greatest Guitarists of All-Time as a Predictor for the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame
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**The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Nominating Committee Purge of 2015: Questions and Answers
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Check out the newly eligible artists for the 2016 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 Chicago, Gary wrote:

Your legacy amongst Chicago fans is on the line. The "pass" that you received 32 years ago could be rescinded if you decide to bail out of playing now.

Most people don't hold it against you that you left when you did. They will, however, consider your absence at the Induction Ceremony a selfish act, and one not befitting of a Hall or Fame inductee.

Consider this the next time you lay odds of your presence at the ceremony!
Sunday, 02.7.16 @ 17:45pm

About The Immortals, Roy wrote:

01. 1987: Louis Jordan
02. 1988: Mike Love (The Beach Boys)
03. 1989: Brian Jones (The Rolling Stones)
04. 1990: Louis Armstrong
05. 1990: John Entwistle (The Who)
06. 1993: John Fogerty (Creedence Clearwater Revival)
07. 1993: Jerry Martini (Sly & The Family Stone)
08. 1993: Cynthia Robinson (Sly & The Family Stone)
09. 1993: Van Morrison
10. 1994: Garth Hudson (The Band)
11. 1996: David Bowie
12. 2000: King Curtis
13. 2000: Andrew Woolfolk (Earth, Wind & Fire)
14. 2002: Isaac Hayes
15. 2003: Steve Douglas
16. 2004: Chris Wood (Traffic)
17. 2006: Herb Alpert
18. 2006: Miles Davis
19. 2008: Denis Payton (The Dave Clark Five)
20. 2012: Joey D’Ambrosio (The Comets)
21. 2012: Rudy Pompilli (The Comets)
22. 2014: Gary Tallent (The E Street Band)
23. 2014: Clarence Clemons (The E Street Band)
24. 2016: Walter Parazaider (Chicago)
25. 2016: Lee Loughnane (Chicago)
26. 2016: James Pankow (Chicago)
Sunday, 02.7.16 @ 16:15pm

About Yes, Enigmaticus wrote:

I agree with you about the members of Yes, as individual instrumentalists, being Hall Of Fame worthy. Yes is an absolutely magnificent band and in my honest opinion, their only rival is Rush, when it comes to being the greatest progressive rock band. I place both Yes and Rush on the Mount Everest, of progressive rock, or so to speak.
Sunday, 02.7.16 @ 13:39pm

About Yes, Enigmaticus wrote:
Progressive rock, art rock and prog adjacent bands will vote for other artists of the same genres. Since, Deep Purple and Chicago are being inducted this year, I would infer that the members of those bands, in addition to the members of Talking Heads, The Police, Rush, Heart, Pink Floyd, Genesis, Traffic, Jefferson Airplane, CSN&Y, Grateful Dead, R.E.M. and quite a few others will support the inductions of The Moody Blues and Yes later this year.
Sunday, 02.7.16 @ 13:30pm

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