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2021 (The 2022 Induction Ceremony)
These artists released their first recording in 1996, which makes them eligible for the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame in 2021 (the induction ceremony will be held the year following the voting process, in 2022). 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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Comments23 comments so far (post your own)
Posted by martin on Wednesday, 06.13.07 @ 09:32am
It's getting a bit far out to speculate, but Eminem can reserve his place in history right now.
Posted by Dave on Monday, 08.27.07 @ 05:07am
It's politically incorrect to say that Eminem will get in because he's the most famous white rapper there is next to Marky Mark, but it's the truth.
Posted by Trey on Tuesday, 07.8.08 @ 14:52pm
Locks: No one
Posted by Cheesecrop on Sunday, 09.28.08 @ 10:05am
Posted by S.R on Wednesday, 03.11.09 @ 18:57pm
Posted by BAGHEAD on Saturday, 03.14.09 @ 13:03pm
As good as Staind and Modest Mouse are, I don't see them getting in. Eminem I can guarentee, however. Popularity and chart success kind of come into play in all this (See: Madonna).
Posted by lame on Sunday, 05.10.09 @ 17:47pm
Posted by J. Lewis on Saturday, 11.7.09 @ 13:42pm
Posted by Dameon on Saturday, 11.7.09 @ 14:13pm
Here's my take on the ritual Cheesecrop and Keebord have spawned:
Posted by Milestones on Monday, 01.4.10 @ 19:17pm
But Milestones, what happened to Andrew Bird???
Posted by Keebord on Monday, 01.4.10 @ 19:19pm
He started taking a drug called Millencolin which made him go crazy. He tickled Zao to death and stole the P.O.D. with the help of sidekick nicknamed "Fastball." Detective Mike Patton managed to track them down at the Fountains of Wayne, And Patton managed to disarm them both with the help of his trusted weapon, the Anti-Flag. Later while eating dinner, Patton dropped his greasy Spoon which Stained the dining room floor. He was also horrified to discover that his son had started listening to an awful band called the Backstreet Boys
Posted by Milestones on Monday, 01.4.10 @ 19:25pm
Posted by MC on Saturday, 03.27.10 @ 15:50pm
Posted by MC on Sunday, 04.11.10 @ 15:49pm
I've heard some people say Belle & Sebastian should get in; I'll have to check on that one, but they won't get in either way. Nickleback could very well get in if they keep going and stay popular; more's the pity. The Hall will lose any remaining credibility in my eyes if they get in before Alice in Chains or Soundgarden or the Melvins. Eminem? There were some doubts about him when he "retired" and popped too many pills, but I think he's now a lock thanks to his comeback. The Spice Girls didn't artistically amount to anything more than a few catchy hits in the US, and one widly succesful album which is slowly becoming a distant memory. If this was a UK Hall they might have a shot, but fortunately they've no chance at the moment (though if they reunite, regain their popularity and put out some new music that could change.) Sorry ladies; your looks, money (75 million records) and beautiful kids should suffice. As someone else noted, The Backstreet Boys even getting a nomination will kill any credibility the Hall has left by then; fortunately, I don't see them getting it at the moment since they've got almost no critical respect and their popularity in the US has slipped drastically. Unless they regain said popularity they've got no shot (but then, 100 million records sold is a lot, and I've been wrong before.) Staind were/are hardly distinguishable from the rest of the post-grunge pack, and their 15 minutes was up awhile ago. Fuel? Likewise (Really, the only thing I know from them is that song they contributed to "A Walk to Remember"; guilty pleasure of mine.) The career of Fountains of Wayne hasn't amounted to anything yet. I actually think Matchbox Twenty are a good pop/rock band; they might make it, though they shouldn't. I'm not familiar with Mike Patton's solo career, but he's got no chance, especially if Faith No More can't get in. Limp Bizkit shouldn't get in IMO, and they can't be expected to if Korn and Anthrax can't get in. Modest Mouse are a pretty good band, as far as I can tell, but they can't get a fair shot if their predecessors can't get in. In conclusion:
Posted by Sam on Wednesday, 08.25.10 @ 19:26pm
Spice Girls (A better shot than Robbie Williams anyhow)
Posted by rhymes on Wednesday, 08.25.10 @ 19:36pm
Posted by Cloonie on Monday, 08.22.11 @ 18:29pm
ackstreet Boys: urgh, lets hope not. All they have is sales, albeit impressive sales, but ain't got no critical love, innovation and not much unfluence.
Posted by GFW on Wednesday, 01.11.12 @ 12:42pm
Posted by Garret on Saturday, 07.28.12 @ 23:27pm
Everything after this weak year(with the exception of eminem and fiona apple), is a weak year(with the exeption of like 5 less than 4 artists)
Posted by Mikhail on Friday, 08.10.12 @ 15:38pm
Eminem is a lock, I don't think that needs much debate.
Posted by Paul K on Wednesday, 05.28.14 @ 04:21am
Aside from Eminem, who’s a first-ballot lock, it’s tough to see anyone getting in from this year. Shakira’s obviously a popular hero, but does not have any major contributions in a purely musical sense, whilst Neutral Milk Hotel and Belle and Sebastian would now be obscure to most.
Posted by Julien Peter Benney on Saturday, 12.10.16 @ 18:29pm
Modest Mouse is a darkhorse for this year, IMO. Not 1st ballot or anything like that, but someday if they keep doing what they are doing.
Posted by Paul in KY on Monday, 12.12.16 @ 08:49am
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