The Seekers

Not in the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame

Eligible since: 1988 (The 1989 Induction Ceremony)

Previously Considered? No  what's this?

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

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The 'Wonders from Down Under'. Judith Durham had a beautiful voice. Probably not Rock Hall worthy, but should be in Folk Music Hall (and they might be, I haven't checked).

Posted by Paul in KY on Thursday, 10.23.08 @ 05:48am


Yeah, let's get them into the Vocal Group Hall Of Fame. Not so much for the Rock Hall.

Posted by Philip on Thursday, 11.5.09 @ 17:56pm


Yeah, let's get them into the Vocal Group Hall Of Fame. Not so much for the Rock Hall.

Posted by Philip on Thursday, 11.5.09 @ 17:56pm

Agreed

Posted by Tahvo Parvianen on Tuesday, 06.22.10 @ 06:03am


The Seekers SHOULD be in the RNR Hall of fame. Without them no other band would from Austraulia would have been successful. They are perhaps the most talented musicians of any 1960's band. Their harmony and ability to sing any type of song from gospil to folk to rock n roll is amazing. If you take the time to listen to not only their worldwide hits but other songs you will see this talent. The Carnival is NOT Over for this wonderful and talented group of performers!!!

Posted by d c hanks on Monday, 09.3.12 @ 10:31am


I could not agree more d c hanks !
About them getting in... !!
These old folks bands are the roots to social issues music... from rock ,pop, rap.. With out the Seekers, PP&M ,Kingston Trio and a few others. It may not of Happen , The Seekers,did it all, from movie theme songs, to being one of the first big acts from down under to hit big,,!!!,
Let's hope they get in...

Posted by Happy on Monday, 09.3.12 @ 12:40pm


I just hope they will be inducted. There music was always positive.

Posted by Lester S on Wednesday, 09.24.14 @ 10:01am


Please consider The Seekers for inclusion into the RNR HOF. My one comment is "who was #1 on the charts in '64 when the British Invasion was getting red hot?" Judith's voice is in the Top 10 women vocalists of all time.

Posted by Bob Rich. on Wednesday, 12.2.15 @ 23:05pm


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