Brian Hyland

Not in the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame

Eligible since: 1986 (The 1987 Induction Ceremony)

Previously Considered? No  what's this?

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Will Brian Hyland be inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame?
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Bryan Hyland is a fantastic singer & musician.
His hits continued well into the 70s with
his Del Shannon-produced cover of the Impressions' "Gypsy Woman". What a GREAT
record!!!
Bryan continues to perform today.

Posted by Randy Russi on Friday, 11.3.06 @ 06:41am


Hey, Uncle Bryan,
I hope everything is going well with you. I haven't really seen you since I was about seven. Tell Ian I said hello and keep up the good work. Maybe sometime I can see you live, if you are near Florida. Take care
Brandon Hyland
fuzzy_nugget_man@yahoo.com

Posted by brandon hyland on Sunday, 05.13.07 @ 12:53pm


He should be in!! Mellow 60's-early 70' music that was very popular and great to listen to-and popular in Great Britain as well!

Posted by Greg on Saturday, 01.5.08 @ 13:01pm


The "teen idol/bubblegum" image seems to have damaged his credibility a bit, which is a shame. "Sealed with a Kiss" and "Gypsy Woman" are both classics. "Ginny Come Lately" and "The Joker Went Wild" (which I'm sure joker can relate to) are both lesser known, but also good.

Then there's always that (in)famous yellow polka dot bikini...

Posted by Tahvo Parvianen on Monday, 11.7.11 @ 13:24pm


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