Future Rock Legends

Where we determine current artists' chances for future induction into the
Rock & Roll Hall of Fame using historically predictive criteria and YOUR votes.
Future Rock Legends is not affiliated with the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum.



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**The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Nominating Committee Purge of 2015: Questions and Answers
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**The 2015 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Presenters and Performers
**The 2015 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Inductees
**Future Rock Legends Predicts the 2015 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Inductees
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**The 2015 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Nominees
**When will the 2015 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Nominees be announced?
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Check out the newly eligible artists for the 2016 Ceremony.



List of Rock & Roll Hall of Famers - including how many nominations it took them to get inducted.
Future Inductees?
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What are people talking about?

About Rush, Enigmaticus wrote:
Even now, I still think that there is a huge divide between those of us who appreciate progressive rock vs. those who appreciate punk rock. By the way, I have never been on the
"punk side" of that divide.

So, why have I always liked Duran Duran? This question had always been foremost on my mind? I had always appreciated their music, as well as most of the Talking Heads discography, but I could never get into the Go-gos, nor Devo, nor The Clash, nor The Ramones, nor the Sex Pistols, etc.

Then finally, John Taylor releases the proverbial smoking gun that Duran Duran has always been unabashedly prog. Now it finally makes sense. Now, I can finally fully explain why I have enjoyed the music of Duran Duran.
Sunday, 08.30.15 @ 16:40pm


About Rush, Enigmaticus wrote:
Even now, I still think that there is a huge divide between those of us who appreciate progressive rock vs. those who appreciate punk rock. By the way,I have never been on the "punk side" of that divide.

So, why have I always liked Duran Duran? This question had always been foremost on my mind? I had always appreciated their music, as well as most of the Talking Heads discography, but I could never get into the Go-gos, nor Devo, nor The Clash, nor The Ramones, nor the Sex Pistols, etc.

Then finally, John Taylor releases the proverbial smoking gun that Duran Duran has always been unabashedly prog. Now it finally makes sense.
Sunday, 08.30.15 @ 16:27pm


About Pulp, DarinRG wrote:
Of course, those are just my personal preferences, but it was no mistake that we inducted both Blur and Oasis first ballot in Revisited/Projected. I know that the RRHoF won't follow suit, but both bands were so culturally, commercially and musically iconic to the 90s that they both deserve it.
Sunday, 08.30.15 @ 16:01pm


About the 2016 Nomination Predictions, DarinRG wrote:
Sam, Blur was more of a deserving statement pick than something that I think will actually happen with this institution. The RRHoF's idea that British rock doesn't matter once we get past the Boomer heroes of the British Invasion isn't lost on me.

We had a discussion about that over the past couple days on Top of the Charts that might be worth checking out.:

http://ourrockandrollhalloffame71305.yuku.com/reply/30088/Predictions-2015-Guess-September-2015-Nominee-Ballo#reply-30088
Sunday, 08.30.15 @ 15:52pm


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