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1992


These artists released their first recording in 1967, which made them first eligible for the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame in 1992 (which would be the 1993 Induction Ceremony). For a list of artists who were inducted at the 1993 Ceremony, click here. All currently eligible artists are listed here. Artists aleady inducted in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame can be found here.

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The 5th Dimension
The Amboy Dukes
Archie Bell and the Drells
Arlo Guthrie
The Bar-Kays
Big Brother & the Holding Company
Bill Fay
Billy Thorpe
Billy Vera and the Beaters
The Box Tops
Canned Heat
Charles Wright and the Watts 103rd Rhythm Band
Charlie Musselwhite
Chilliwack
The Classics IV
Country Joe & the Fish
The Cowsills
Crazy World of Arthur Brown
Dantalian's Chariot
The Dramatics
Earl Scruggs
Eddie Floyd
The Electric Prunes
Engelbert Humperdinck
Fairport Convention
Family
The First Edition
The Frost
Gary Puckett and the Union Gap
Gilbert O'Sullivan
Gram Parsons
Harry Nilsson
The Human Beinz
The Idle Race
Jake Holmes
John Farnham
John Hartford
John Martyn
Johnnie Taylor
Kenny Rankin
Melissa Manchester
Moby Grape
The Move
Moving Sidewalks
Murray Head
The Nice
Nitty Gritty Dirt Band
Ohio Express
Peaches & Herb
Pearls Before Swine
Procol Harum
The Red Krayola
Rotary Connection
Sandy Denny
Savoy Brown
Shocking Blue
The Soft Machine
Sons of Champlin
The Soul Survivors
Strawberry Alarm Clock
Syl Johnson
Tammy Wynette
Ten Years After
Vangelis
Vanilla Fudge
Zager and Evans

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