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2030 (The 2031 Induction Ceremony)
These artists released their first recording in 2005, which makes them eligible for the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame in 2030 (the induction ceremony will be held the year following the voting process, in 2031). All currently eligible artists are listed here. Artists aleady inducted in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame can be found here.
Click on any artist to cast your vote!
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Comments19 comments so far (post your own)
The three obvious picks, as of NOW, are the Arctic Monkeys, Kaiser Chiefs and Bloc Party. If those three can continue with strong albums, then I think they'll all have gathered enough followers. The Magic Numbers certainly strike me as a band with alot of talent, but there current lack of US success might deny them induction. There's also Maximo Park, who haven't innovated alot, but could gather some followers if they keep at it.
Posted by liam on Tuesday, 12.18.07 @ 12:09pm
here's my rock and roll hall of fame list for 2031, Carrie Underwood:future Dolly Parton for sure!!!
Posted by Dillon Casey on Wednesday, 02.27.08 @ 13:21pm
I think this is totally embarassing, Panic! at the disco? jesus christ. I mean look at all these "bands" most of them don't know shit about music.
Posted by A concerned Reader on Friday, 05.9.08 @ 23:30pm
I don't really care enough about any of these bands to reply under normal circumstances, but I felt I had to after reading Dillon Casey's reply...
Posted by Trey on Wednesday, 08.13.08 @ 17:54pm
This list is almost as bad as 2031's
Posted by Qwertyuiop on Saturday, 09.13.08 @ 11:53am
Yeah, Arctic Monkeys (and to a lesser extent, Kaiser Chiefs, Bloc Party and an increasingly lesser chance, Silversun Pickups) have a possible chance to get in. Maybe.
Posted by RyanG on Saturday, 09.27.08 @ 21:50pm
Daughtry: Resembling Nickelback and Bon Jovi isn't exactly a good thing, but I dunno what he'll do in 25 years...
Posted by Ray on Sunday, 03.8.09 @ 16:59pm
It's now 2030, and the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame is facing pressure from N.A.S.A. You see, apparently in 2026, we had a breakthrough w/beings from outer space. Two invading armies were about to blow up the planet when someone beamed a transmission of the James Blunt song "You're Beautiful" at them. One group was sent away screaming, while the other one immediately fell in love w/it. Mushy Aliens. Anyway, the Space agency is pushing for Blunt to make the Hall, but the voters are not quite sure. The Hall likes the stars to be there in person, and since Blunt is now about 382 quadrillion miles away in another star system, they fear he might not be able to attend.
Posted by Cheesecrop on Monday, 04.13.09 @ 06:00am
I think Bloc Party and Paramore are obvious choices in this list with all theyve added to rock and roll.
Posted by Zack on Sunday, 08.9.09 @ 19:50pm
Paramore, Panic at the Disco will get in.
Posted by MC on Sunday, 04.11.10 @ 17:00pm
Arctic Monkeys is a good Garage Rock band but dosen't seem to be living up the the greatness of the early songs.
Posted by GFW on Thursday, 10.14.10 @ 12:35pm
Posted by Sam on Wednesday, 11.3.10 @ 07:14am
No locks, but MGMT and Paramore have gotten a good start.
Posted by Paul in KY on Wednesday, 11.3.10 @ 12:53pm
Kasabian, bloc party, arctic monkey, daughtry, and paramore.
Posted by melrock on Wednesday, 11.17.10 @ 03:53am
MGMT, Kasabian, Arctic Monkeys, Editors and maybe the Kooks.
Posted by Joel on Wednesday, 12.15.10 @ 16:40pm
If they continue on the same path, the only lock on this list is Carrie Underwood, a couple possibilities, but only one lock
Posted by John on Monday, 03.14.11 @ 15:51pm
Posted by Cloonie on Saturday, 08.20.11 @ 11:51am
To the best of my knowledge, there's only one great artist who began recording in 2010, and he doesn't even have a page on FRL? Who is this magnificent person, you might ask? Why, it's JD McPherson!
Posted by Zach on Tuesday, 12.11.12 @ 20:07pm
Whoops, I meant to post the preceding comment in the 2035 folder. I'll just copy it over there.
Posted by Zach on Tuesday, 02.5.13 @ 18:32pm
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