List of Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Snubs


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What are people talking about?

About Tampa Red, Robert wrote:
Where does one start with Tampa Red, he's one of the pioneers of the chicago blues, his guitar work was vary influential and the bottleneck technique he played is still being used today.

As a songwriter, blues classics like Love with a Feeling, Don't You Lie to Me and the raunchy, It's Tight Like That.

And the people that were influenced by him include: Muddy Waters, Freddie King, Fats Domino and Chuck Berry.

I think all of this, makes him worthy of the RHOF.
Sunday, 05.28.17 @ 19:54pm


About The Album Project, Nick wrote:
I for one am happy two early Fleetwood Mac albums got inducted in the Artist Vote. Tusk is a great album and it will probably get enough votes for induction in the General Month. The other ones, probably, less likely which to me makes this a very successful Artist Vote.
Sunday, 05.28.17 @ 13:29pm


About The Allman Brothers Band, Nick wrote:
RIP to the late great Gregg Allman. I had the pleasure to see Allman live last summer when he toured with Peter Frampton. Allman performed many songs that night including 'Midnight Rider,' 'I'm No Angel,' 'Ain't Wastin' Time No More,' 'Black Hearted Woman' and 'Whipping Post.' An amazing set and he sounded great. I make it a point to see older musicians because you just don't know what could happen to them. I'm glad I did see him because he postponed shows due to his worsening health that resulted in a trip to the Mayo clinic. He was one of the truly great rock musicians and had such a distinctive and powerful voice. This is a major blow to the rock world.
Sunday, 05.28.17 @ 13:26pm


About The Allman Brothers Band, Joe wrote:
Wow, first Butch Trucks, then...

Rest in Peace Gregg Allman, 1947-2017.
Saturday, 05.27.17 @ 16:14pm


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