Sister Hazel

Not in the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame

Eligible in: 2019 (The 2020 Induction Ceremony)

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All For You (1997)

Sister Hazel @ Wikipedia

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Will Sister Hazel be inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame?
"Musical excellence is the essential qualification for induction."


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All For You * Change Your Mind

All For You sounds like Blues Traveler's Run Around

Posted by Roy on Thursday, 09.18.14 @ 07:37am

Saw these guys Sat nite in Louisville. Small crowd of approx. 250 in Mercury Ballroom. Fans mostly hardcore Sister Hazel lovers.

Band played for about hour and a half. Mostly their most popular songs, along with some off a new album they'll be releasing in Feb. Enjoyed the show, band looked like they were having a lot of fun. Crowd very appreciative.

The played a nice cover of 'Refugee'. Playing homage to the biggest band to come out of the Gainesville area 'by far' said the lead singer, a bald headed guy named Ken. They seem to consider themselves the #2 band from there. I'm wondering who the other nominees would be. Guess they'd have to be a bit bigger than Mudcrutch.

Anyway, nice show. As an aside, I'd like to go on record and say that as big a bunch of stealing dicks that they were, Led Zeppelin is a worthy member of the Hall.

Posted by Paul in KY on Sunday, 11.22.15 @ 12:07pm

Saw this band for free at Fair St. Louis over the holiday weekend, along with 3 Doors Down and Eve 6 (hey webguy, Eve 6 needs an artist page. Thank you.). I've always thought of Sister Hazel as just another Blues Traveler rip-off band, but that's just me being as ignorant as any hater. Two of my lady friends consider Sister Hazel their all-time favorite band, because they tour and stop at St. Louis plenty of times. The band connects very well with their fans on and off stage, from what I hear. Very little is known that Ken Block (the lead vocalist) is the founder of The Rock Boat, which is an indie/adult-alternative cruise that is held every year.

So I guess its safe for me to say, that even though I dislike much of Sister Hazel's music, I have plenty of respect for the band for their efforts on doing what they love, and trying to do their part in changing the music industry. To most people, they are a one- or two-hit wonder band, but they are alive and well, ready to rock your world. Paul, its cool you got to see them as well!

Posted by Jason Voigt on Wednesday, 07.5.17 @ 14:02pm

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