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2020 (The 2021 Induction Ceremony)
These artists released their first recording in 1995, which makes them eligible for the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame in 2020 (the induction ceremony will be held the year following the voting process, in 2021). 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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Posted by martin on Friday, 07.13.07 @ 12:57pm
Alanis and Jay-Z are the only ones with a serious chance here. I like Dave Grohl but come on. Foo Fighters in the Hall of Fame?
Posted by Dave on Monday, 08.27.07 @ 05:06am
Alanis Morissette, Foo Fighters, Jay-Z, and believe or not, Wilco. I honestly don't understand why anyone wouldn't consider Wilco an absolute *lock* at this point.
Posted by Antonio on Thursday, 09.6.07 @ 17:59pm
Let me add Garbage to the list of long shot inductees. It's a possiblity, but not strong one.
Posted by Antonio on Thursday, 09.6.07 @ 18:05pm
It's true SFA is not a household name over here, but they still sell fairly well, especially considering their lack of radio and television play. I might even get to see them at the end of the month if I'm not forced to choose between them or Ween.
Posted by William on Friday, 01.18.08 @ 16:34pm
Why has no one mentioned Sleater-Kinney?
Posted by Trey on Tuesday, 07.8.08 @ 14:50pm
Wilco are an interesting band... Ever since Yankee Hotel Foxtrot, they have been kicking giant holes in the hall of fame door. I think they've done enough now to get in.
Posted by c.w. on Tuesday, 07.8.08 @ 14:59pm
Posted by Roy on Sunday, 09.14.08 @ 08:04am
What are you dumbasses talking about?
Posted by Dildo on Sunday, 09.14.08 @ 16:42pm
Posted by Justin on Tuesday, 09.23.08 @ 02:30am
Biding their time for induction:
Posted by Cheesecrop on Sunday, 09.28.08 @ 09:50am
i will go for chemical brothers, deftones, sorry zahn don't think enrique will make it this year...or ever, foo fighters, finger 11/bang not gonna happen, apologies to all 10 fans. would like incubus to come out with more stuff, have njoyed them so far, sugar ray part-time host for et full-time terrible musician, garbage should get a nod too cuz the chicks rocked in a time where hearing a woman on the radio meant thinking i guess should cut my self in a few minutes (cough) paula cole, sara mcglockin dont care if i spelled that wrong, and last and least alannis.
Posted by argh on Tuesday, 02.3.09 @ 10:48am
FOOFIGHTERS DESERVE IT
Posted by BAGHEAD on Saturday, 03.14.09 @ 13:00pm
Not the best year. Their's no definite locks.
Posted by lame on Sunday, 05.10.09 @ 17:45pm
"Foo Fighters (slim chances since Dave Grohl will be in with Nirvana.)"
Posted by Jonny on Sunday, 05.10.09 @ 23:44pm
A fairly weak year if you ask me, only a few artists really worthy of induction. That makes this a difficult class...and not in a good way (see 2019's prospects for a difficult class in a good way).
Posted by AreUExperienced on Monday, 07.13.09 @ 20:03pm
Posted by Roy on Sunday, 10.4.09 @ 05:22am
PAGES FOR THE FOLLOWING ARTISTS WILL BE ADDED SOON TO FUTURE ROCK LEGENDS:
Posted by Roy on Sunday, 10.4.09 @ 11:26am
Any reason you picked the year 2020 for this Roy?
Posted by Dude Man on Sunday, 10.4.09 @ 11:44am
I think Roy is going with my idea that we just put EVERYBODY in and then have a ceremony every year to kick people out...
Posted by Gitarzan on Sunday, 10.4.09 @ 12:13pm
Roy wants that "Encyclopedia with walls" kind of thing.... as long as it only includes 20th century artists.
Posted by Philip on Sunday, 10.4.09 @ 12:36pm
Most of the artists Roy listed I'm fairly certain that only about 10 people have heard of them
Posted by Keebord on Sunday, 10.4.09 @ 13:02pm
ROY CAN I ASK YOU A PERSONAL QUESTION BUDDDY????????
Posted by OKTOBERFEST on Sunday, 10.4.09 @ 13:03pm
Since 'Yankee Hotel Foxtrot' made Rolling Stone's '100 Best Albums of the Decade' list at number three, are we all in agreement that Wilco are now definite locks?
Posted by Antonio on Thursday, 12.10.09 @ 11:55am
"Since 'Yankee Hotel Foxtrot' made Rolling Stone's '100 Best Albums of the Decade' list at number three, are we all in agreement that Wilco are now definite locks?"
Posted by Ralph on Thursday, 12.10.09 @ 12:15pm
I would agree that for 2020, Foo Fighters and Jay-Z definitely edge out Wilco when it comes to possible "first year eligibility" inductions, but do you really believe they have absolutely no chance of being seriously considered in the future? What exactly do you base this on? They're one of the most highly established, respected, and critically acclaimed bands of the past 15 years. I fail to see how they wouldn't at least make a ballot appearance.
Posted by Antonio on Thursday, 12.10.09 @ 16:37pm
Certainly Wilco are contenders for Hall. They have a good case. However, when you look at acts that have better metrics than Wilco, yet aren't in, you have to say they have an uphill battle (at this point in time).
Posted by Paul in KY on Friday, 12.11.09 @ 05:58am
Posted by Sip Sip on Thursday, 03.4.10 @ 22:07pm
Posted by Chris on Thursday, 03.4.10 @ 22:44pm
Posted by MC on Sunday, 04.11.10 @ 15:47pm
Locks: Jay-Z (He's at least close to being one, and the closest one on here to being one)
Posted by Sam on Wednesday, 08.25.10 @ 19:35pm
I should clarify my position on Jewel. I don't hate her; I actually enjoy a song or two, I just don't view her as worthy.
Posted by Sam on Friday, 12.17.10 @ 10:00am
who I think should get in
Posted by GFW on Sunday, 01.2.11 @ 13:36pm
Posted by Cloonie on Monday, 08.22.11 @ 18:25pm
I like some of the stuff by Carbon Leaf, but they don't have a shot.
Posted by Tahvo Parvianen on Friday, 01.13.12 @ 14:49pm
I never would have pegged Garbage or Fiona Apple as potential future inductees, but I think their chances have increased. Fiona has been steadily making her way to the upper echelons of 90's singer-songwriters over the past fifteen+ years, and Shirley Manson is always in discussions of signficant 90's front-women which could improve the band's chances.
Posted by Antonio on Saturday, 04.28.12 @ 12:50pm
Three days grace made an album under the name groundswell called wave of popular feeling.
Posted by andrew on Monday, 04.7.14 @ 18:56pm
Also the album was relased in 1995.
Posted by andrew on Monday, 04.7.14 @ 18:58pm
Three days grace had an album in 1995 under the name groundswell called wave of popular feeling.
Posted by andrew on Tuesday, 05.13.14 @ 16:05pm
In all honesty three days grace made their first recording in 1995 under the name groundswell, the members of groundswell that formed three days grace in 1997 were adam gontier, brad walst and neil sanderson.
Posted by andrew on Tuesday, 12.23.14 @ 19:39pm
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