Eligible since: 1991 (The 1992 Induction Ceremony)
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I know it doesn't work this way, but if I could enshrine her just for her vocal on Leonard Cohen's "Who By Fire", I would.
Posted by DarinRG on Wednesday, 02.9.11 @ 23:07pm
Posted by Roy on Sunday, 04.24.11 @ 07:17am
Posted by Roy on Sunday, 04.24.11 @ 07:21am
Janis Ian At Seventeen
Posted by Roy on Sunday, 04.24.11 @ 07:24am
Although Linda Ronstadt and ONJ were riding high on the charts in 1975, it was Janis Ian who won the 1975 Best Pop Vocal Performance Female Grammy. And she did it with a self-penned song, "At Seventeen" The two aforementioned ladies didn't write their own songs. Janis Ian was also the first musical guest on "SNL" in 1975.
Posted by Aaron O'Donnell on Friday, 10.18.13 @ 02:12am
Janis Ian wrote and recorded one of the most important songs in the history of Rock and Roll - Society's Child. At 14 no less! So, what does it take to get her into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame?
Posted by John Shalanski on Saturday, 10.18.14 @ 15:23pm
When payment due exceeds accounts received at seventeen
Posted by Roy on Sunday, 08.28.16 @ 16:38pm
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