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These artists released their first recording in 1969, which made them first eligible for the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame in 1994 (which would be the 1995 Induction Ceremony). For a list of artists who were inducted at the 1995 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 fact that Chicago is not in the Rock n Roll Hall of Fame is a travesty! No one else has had more influence on horn arrangements intertwined in rock n roll music than Chicago. They've been a force since 1968 and through many personal changes have still been influential.
Posted by Dave on Tuesday, 03.18.08 @ 13:23pm
I think Blood, Sweat, and Tears probably had equal...if not more...influence on horn arrangements in rock music. They also pre-dated Chicago by a year or so. Guess what??? They're not in the HoF, either!!
Posted by Terry on Tuesday, 03.18.08 @ 18:33pm
Chicago is he only group of note where the "horns" were upfront and integral as individuals. In all other groups, even if there was a horn sound, it was background and anonymous. Example: name the horn section of Chicago. Every fan can and even some non-fans. Name a horn player of, say, Earth Wind, and Fire, or BST. I can't hear you...
Posted by Tim Creamer on Sunday, 07.20.08 @ 17:12pm
Tim Creamer...in an earlier incarnation of EWF, they had a sax player named RONNIE LAWS...ever heard of him?? Later, their steadiest horn player was sax player Andrew Woolfolk, and their core horn section was known as the "Phenix Horns", in which Don Myrick did a lot of the amazing sax solos (listen to the live version of "Reasons" on the album "Gratitude"...great stuff). As for BS & T, Two horn players I can think of during their heyday were Chuck Winfield and Jerry Hyman. I couldn't name one of Chicago's, but I was a big fan of Terry Kath.
Posted by Gitarzan on Sunday, 07.20.08 @ 17:46pm
So many artists that should be inducted from this list:
Posted by Keebord on Sunday, 10.5.08 @ 14:44pm
Posted by Keebord on Sunday, 10.5.08 @ 14:46pm
The exclusion of Genesis and Chicago from The Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame is the biggest travesty!!!
Posted by Roy on Tuesday, 10.14.08 @ 18:57pm
I'll also add:
Posted by Keebord on Saturday, 10.25.08 @ 11:01am
Yes, The Stooges, King Crimson, Johnny Winer, Joe Cocker, Chicago, The Carpenters, and Alice Cooper should ALL be in already.
Posted by connor on Thursday, 11.27.08 @ 19:00pm
i think the following artists (1994 eligibles)should have been in the hall:
Posted by akeem on Tuesday, 12.30.08 @ 21:43pm
all of these artists should be inducted:
Posted by steve on Wednesday, 12.31.08 @ 13:18pm
the fact Johnny meastro and the brooklyn bridge are not in the hall of fame is a joke. they are still entertaining the world with there songs and shows that are always packed. people don't ever want to leave begging for one more song from one of the greatest voices to ever sing a ballad or doowop songs I believe if the board has the smarts to put Johnny and the bridge on the ballet they would be inducted the first time by a landslide.
Posted by LEN WEINMAN on Friday, 01.9.09 @ 05:31am
Yes, Genesus, and James Gang should have been inducted
Posted by Eagles Fanatic on Tuesday, 07.7.09 @ 22:11pm
and I'll also make a case for Taste
Posted by Keebord on Thursday, 07.9.09 @ 14:07pm
Posted by Gassman on Thursday, 07.9.09 @ 14:13pm
The exclusion of Genesis and Chicago from The Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame is the biggest travesty!!! - Roy
Posted by Keebord on Thursday, 07.9.09 @ 14:15pm
Posted by Milestones on Saturday, 09.5.09 @ 18:14pm
I've read soo many complaints about why this and that artist/group are not already inducted into the RRHF. It makes one wonder who do they actually think were responsible for R&R to be where it is today? The early years had so many artists/groups that I do think that they are "Dazed & Confused", especially when there are comments, stating that "As long as this person is on the Board with the R&RHF. Certain artists "Will Never" be alloweed/inducted into the R&RHF. So, it sounds like Linda Ronstadt will be an "angel" way before they let her walk thru there doors. What a shame! Will this be the case with any other female artist/group? How long will the Carpenters have to wait? (remember Karen was a female singer also, and Melanie?)
Posted by Charles on Sunday, 03.7.10 @ 21:34pm
It is amazing that Coven now has 5846 votes on this forum..Really makes you wonder where all the votes come from..Do the math...LOL
Posted by mrxyz on Wednesday, 06.9.10 @ 23:43pm
more amazing is they have 4397 yes vote out of the almost unbelievable 5846 votes. I just can't wait to see the fans come out.... Heck they should be able to draw almost as big as a crowd as SRV if he be livin....Gosh
Posted by mrxyz on Wednesday, 06.9.10 @ 23:50pm
Alice Cooper - Definitely
Posted by Sam on Monday, 06.28.10 @ 22:00pm
Gosh Iam soooooooooooo confused what happen to all the Coven Votes. ??I was sure they were going to take this off the record voting by storm.... Come out come out where ever you are...I mean they are in the top 10 on this forum..
Posted by mrxyzomg on Friday, 07.16.10 @ 00:03am
Posted by GFW on Sunday, 08.1.10 @ 09:41am
NO BAND IS BIGGER THAN GENESIS OR CHICAGO!!
Posted by Sam on Tuesday, 08.3.10 @ 17:17pm
ALICE COOPER SHOULD HAVE BEEN PUT IN 1994.....WAY OVER DUE....I CAN'T BELIEVE THAT THE 1 GROUP/PERSON WHO STARTED IT ALL...HAS BEEN OVER LOOKED ALL THESE YEARS.......ITS A SHAME!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Posted by badwitch62 on Sunday, 11.7.10 @ 22:25pm
The RRHOF made a good choice inductin Alice Cooper.
Posted by GFW on Friday, 01.7.11 @ 14:21pm
great band, very loud , great ballads, a shame they dont play any more
Posted by keith marron on Monday, 12.19.11 @ 12:40pm
How about High Tide?
Posted by ralph o on Saturday, 01.25.14 @ 12:32pm
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