Three Days Grace

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Eligible in: 2028 (The 2029 Induction Ceremony)

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


7 comments so far (post your own)

Some of their songs are pretty good, but I think they're too generic to be remembered, let alone be inducted.

Posted by Ryan on Sunday, 10.10.10 @ 13:40pm

I think they have potential, but they're music is kind of boring to me. They don't have the right mood or technique to be remembered or to be inducted in 2028, I think they would need more time. Aren't they in the "grunge" genre? I mean, there's nothing wrong with that but usually grunge isn't very innovative, it's quite boring if you ask me. I don't think they have a chance, they need at least 30 years to be remembered as an innovative band, if that.

Posted by Brittany on Wednesday, 11.17.10 @ 14:50pm

Another one of those banal, unoriginal and zero-influentce bands that jumped on the "post-grunge" bandwagon. Not just no, but HELL NO.

Posted by Tahvo Parvianen on Monday, 03.7.11 @ 02:45am

Yes. They are the best Canadian band alive!

Posted by Dave on Tuesday, 10.9.12 @ 00:46am

Saw band in Lexington. Part of Shinedown tour. Regular lead singer was not there, in rehab or something. Guest singer did a fine job (I thought). Some of the other folks who had seen band previously were not as charitable.

Played all their hits, finished with Riot. Had a wild set with drums of 'waste' spewing fire at various moments. I was in 4th row & could feel the heat. It must have been pretty hot up on stage when those things went off. Lead guitarist sorta looks Amish. Glad I went.

Posted by Paul in KY on Monday, 02.18.13 @ 07:42am

I agree with Tahvo; just another corporate/butt-rock/fake band and all their songs about sound the same. My dad even thought that was Kurt Cobain singing "I Hate Everything About You"....

Posted by Jason Voigt on Monday, 02.18.13 @ 09:06am

Was grunge now is hard rock.

Posted by andrew on Tuesday, 05.13.14 @ 16:10pm

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