Metallica, Run-DMC up for Rock and Roll Hall of Fame

By Michelle Nichols

NEW YORK (Reuters) – Hip Hop group Run-DMC, heavy metal band Metallica and musician/songwriter Bobby Womack are among nine nominees announced on Monday vying for five spots in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.

Guitarist Jeff Beck, disco and R&B band Chic, rock and roll singer Wanda Jackson, doo-wop group Little Anthony and the Imperials, rock band The Stooges, and the California funk band War were also nominated.

Artists become eligible for the Hall of Fame 25 years after the release of their first single or album and are represented in an exhibition at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum in Cleveland, Ohio.

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2 thoughts on “Metallica, Run-DMC up for Rock and Roll Hall of Fame

  1. My vote goes for Run-DMC, Metallica, Jeff Beck, The Stooges, and either War or Little Anthony and the Imperials. We will see what happens though. The rock hall has not been very good abot inducting groups like The Stooges in recent years. The one exciting this is that the induction will actually happen in Cleveland this time. That has not happened in quite awhile, because the board of the Rock Hall is in NY and they hog the ceremonies. Now the ceremonies will be rotating between NYC, Cleveland, and LA.

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