List of Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductees

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The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.

The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, established in 1983 and located in Cleveland, Ohio, United States, is dedicated to recording the history of some of the best-known and most influential musicians, bands, producers, and others that have in some major way influenced the music industry, particularly in the area of rock and roll.[1] Originally, there were four categories of induction: performers, non-performers, early influences, and lifetime achievement. In 2000, "sidemen" was introduced as a category.

The only category that has seen new inductees every single year is the performers category. Artists become eligible for induction in that category 25 years after the release of their first record.[2] In order to be inducted, an artist must be nominated by a committee that selects anywhere from nine to a dozen candidates. Ballots are then sent to 600 "rock experts" who evaluate the candidates and vote on who should be inducted. The performers that receive the highest number of votes and more than 50 percent of the vote are inducted. In 2010, the number inducted was five. The rest of the categories are voted on by special committees.[2] As of 2017, new inductees will be honored at an annual ceremony held alternately in New York and at the Hall of Fame in Cleveland; prior to that, the ceremonies rotated between Cleveland, New York, and Los Angeles.[3]

The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame has garnered criticism for allegedly allowing the nomination process to be controlled by a few individuals,[4] nominating too many artists in too many genres that are not entirely rock,[5] ignoring entire rock genres,[6] and using technicalities to induct groups who may not have been among the top vote getters.[7] The Sex Pistols, who were inducted in 2006, refused to attend the ceremony; John Lydon writing a note, read out by Jann Wenner, calling the museum a "piss stain."[8][9]

Inductees

Performers

The performers category is meant for recording artists and bands that have "influence and significance to the development and perpetuation of rock and roll."[2] Artists become eligible for induction in that category 25 years after the release of their first record. In order to be inducted, an artist must be nominated by a committee that selects anywhere from nine to a dozen candidates. Ballots are sent to 600 "rock experts" who then evaluate the candidates and vote on who should be inducted. The performers who receive the highest number of votes and more than 50 percent of the vote are inducted. In 2011, the number inducted was five. The rest of the categories are voted on by special committees.[2] In 2012, six additional bands and groups were inducted as performers by a special committee, due to the controversial nature of their band being excluded when their lead singer was inducted. "There was a lot of discussion about this," said Terry Stewart, a member of the nominating committee. "There had always been conversations about why the groups weren't included when the lead singers were inducted. Very honestly, nobody could really answer that question – it was so long ago... We decided we'd sit down as an organization and look at that. This is the result."[10]

Year Image Name Inducted members Inducted by[11]
1986 Berry performing at The Casino Deauville, France, July 13, 1987 Chuck Berry Keith Richards[N2]
1986 James Brown performing in Hamburg, Germany, February 1973 James Brown Steve Winwood[N2]
1986 Ray Charles at rehearsals for his performance of "Eleanor Rigby" at the 32nd Annual Grammy Awards, 1990 Ray Charles Quincy Jones[N2]
1986 Cooke in a recording studio, 1961 Sam Cooke Herb Alpert[N2]
1986 Fats Domino performing live in New York Fats Domino Billy Joel[N2]
1986 Phil (left) and Don (right) Everly in 1958 The Everly Brothers Don Everly and Phil Everly.[12] Neil Young[N2]
1986 Buddy Holly in 1957 Buddy Holly John Fogerty[N2]
1986 Lewis performing in Memphis, April 2011 Jerry Lee Lewis Hank Williams Jr.
1986 Little Richard in 1967 Little Richard Roberta Flack
1986 Presley in a publicity photograph for the 1957 film Jailhouse Rock Elvis Presley Julian and Sean Lennon
1987 The Coasters 1957.JPG The Coasters Carl Gardner, Cornell Gunter, Billy Guy, and Will "Dub" Jones.[13] Lester Sill
1987 Eddie Cochran.jpg Eddie Cochran Mick Jones
1987 Diddley performing in Pague, Czech Republic, 2005 Bo Diddley ZZ Top[N2]
1987 Franklin performing during the presidential inauguration of Barack Obama at Washington, D.C., January 20, 2009 Aretha Franklin Keith Richards[N2]
1987 Gaye in 1973 Marvin Gaye Nick Ashford and Valerie Simpson
1987 Haley in 1974 Bill Haley Chuck Berry[N3]
1987 King performing at the White House B.B. King Sting[N2]
1987 Clyde McPhatter.png Clyde McPhatter Ben E. King[N2]
1987 Ricky Nelson free.jpg Ricky Nelson John Fogerty[N2]
1987 Orbison in 1965 Roy Orbison Bruce Springsteen[N2]
1987 Carl Perkins Sam Phillips[N3]
1987 Robinson in concert at the Chumash Casino Resort in Santa Ynez, California, 2006 Smokey Robinson Daryl Hall[N2] and John Oates[N2]
1987 Robinson in concert at the Chumash Casino Resort in Santa Ynez, California, 2006 Big Joe Turner Doc Pomus[N2]
1987 Muddy Waters at the opening of Peaches Records & Tapes in Rockville, Maryland (mid-1970s) Muddy Waters Paul Butterfield[N2]
1987 Jackie Wilson 1961.jpg Jackie Wilson Peter Wolf
1988 The Beach Boys (1965).png The Beach Boys Al Jardine, Mike Love, Brian Wilson, Carl Wilson, and Dennis Wilson.[14] Elton John[N2]
1988 Top: Lennon, McCartney Bottom: Harrison, Starr The Beatles George Harrison, John Lennon, Paul McCartney, and Ringo Starr.[15] Mick Jagger[N2]
1988 The Drifters.png The Drifters Ben E. King, Rudy Lewis, Clyde McPhatter, Johnny Moore, Bill Pinkney, Charlie Thomas, and Gerhart Thrasher.[16] Billy Joel[N2]
1988 Dylan performing with Joan Baez during the civil rights "March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom", August 28, 1963 Bob Dylan Bruce Springsteen[N2]
1988 The Supremes 1966.JPG The Supremes Florence Ballard, Diana Ross, and Mary Wilson.[17] Little Richard[N3]
1989 Dion performing in New York Dion Lou Reed[N2]
1989 Otis Redding in January 1967 Otis Redding Little Richard[N3]
1989 Mick Jagger, Keith Richards Ronnie Wood, Charlie Watts The Rolling Stones Mick Jagger, Brian Jones, Keith Richards, Ian Stewart, Mick Taylor, Charlie Watts, Ronnie Wood, and Bill Wyman.[18] Pete Townshend[N2]
1989 The Temptations on the Ed Sullivan Show.JPG The Temptations Melvin Franklin, Eddie Kendricks, David Ruffin, Otis Williams, Paul Williams, Dennis Edwards.[19] Daryl Hall[N2] and John Oates[N2]
1989 Wonder in a recording studio, 1973 Stevie Wonder Paul Simon[N2]
1990 Hank Ballard Hank Ballard Boz Scaggs
1990 Bobby Darin 1959.JPG Bobby Darin Paul Anka
1990 Frankie Valli and The Four Seasons.jpg The Four Seasons Tom DeVito, Bob Gaudio, Nick Massi, and Frankie Valli.[20] Bob Crewe
1990 Grand Gala du Disque . The Four Tops, Bestanddeelnr 921-1504.jpg Four Tops Renaldo "Obie" Benson, Abdul "Duke" Fakir, Lawrence Payton, and Levi Stubbs.[21] Stevie Wonder[N3]
1990 left to right: Pete Quaife, Dave Davies, Ray Davies, Mick Avory. The Kinks Mick Avory, Dave Davies, Ray Davies, and Pete Quaife.[22] Graham Nash[N2]
1990 The Platters performing.jpg The Platters David Lynch, Herb Reed, Paul Robi, Zola Taylor, and Tony Williams.[23] Phil Spector[N3]
1990 Paul Simon (right) and Art Garfunkel performing in Dublin, 1982 Simon & Garfunkel Paul Simon and Art Garfunkel.[24] James Taylor[N2]
1990 The Who in 1975, left to right: Roger Daltrey, John Entwistle, Keith Moon, Pete Townshend The Who Roger Daltrey, John Entwistle, Keith Moon, and Pete Townshend.[25] Bono[N2]
1991 Baker in 1956 LaVern Baker Chaka Khan
1991 The Byrds in 1970 The Byrds Gene Clark, Michael Clarke, David Crosby, Chris Hillman, and Roger McGuinn.[26] Don Henley[N2]
1991 John Lee Hooker performing at the Long Beach Blues Festival, California, August 31, 1997 John Lee Hooker Bonnie Raitt[N2]
1991 The Impressions Curtis Mayfield, Sam Gooden, Fred Cash, Arthur Brooks, Richard Brooks, and Jerry Butler.[27] Tracy Chapman
1991 Wilson Pickett Bobby Brown
1991 Jimmy Reed ZZ Top[N2]
1991 Ike and Tina Turner performing in Hamburg, Germany, November 1972. Ike & Tina Turner Ike Turner and Tina Turner.[28] Phil Spector[N3]
1992 Bobby Bland at the Long Beach Blues Festival, 1996 Bobby "Blue" Bland B.B. King[N3]
1992 Booker T. & the M.G's.png Booker T. & the M.G.'s Booker T. Jones, Steve Cropper, Donald "Duck" Dunn, Al Jackson Jr., and Lewie Steinberg.[29] Jim Stewart
1992 Cash in 1969 Johnny Cash Lyle Lovett
1992 The Isley Brothers Ernie Isley, Marvin Isley, O'Kelly Isley Jr., Ronald Isley, Rudolph Isley, and Chris Jasper.[30] Little Richard[N3]
1992 The Jimi Hendrix Experience performing for Dutch television in 1967. From left to right: Jimi Hendrix, Noel Redding, and Mitch Mitchell. The Jimi Hendrix Experience Jimi Hendrix, Mitch Mitchell, and Noel Redding.[31] Neil Young[N2]
1992 Sam & Dave (2).png Sam & Dave Sam Moore and Dave Prater.[32] Billy Joel[N2]
1992 The Yardbirds Jeff Beck, Eric Clapton, Chris Dreja, Jim McCarty, Jimmy Page, Keith Relf, and Paul Samwell-Smith.[33] The Edge[N2]
1993 Ruth Brown performing at the Bull Durham Blues Festival, September 2005 Ruth Brown Bonnie Raitt[N2]
1993 Cream in 1967. From left to right: Ginger Baker, Jack Bruce, and Eric Clapton. Cream Ginger Baker, Jack Bruce, and Eric Clapton.[34] ZZ Top[N2]
1993 Creedence Clearwater Revival in 1968. From left to right: Tom Fogerty, Doug Clifford, Stu Cook, and John Fogerty. Creedence Clearwater Revival Doug Clifford, Stu Cook, John Fogerty, and Tom Fogerty.[35] Bruce Springsteen[N2]
1993 Promotional photo of the Doors in late 1966 (l–r: John Densmore, Robby Krieger, Ray Manzarek, and Jim Morrison) The Doors John Densmore, Robby Krieger, Ray Manzarek, and Jim Morrison.[36] Eddie Vedder[N2]
1993 Frankie Lymon and The Teenagers 1957.JPG Frankie Lymon & The Teenagers Herman Santiago, Jimmy Merchant, Sherman Garnes, Frankie Lymon, and Joe Negroni[37] Boyz II Men
1993 Etta James in Deauville, France, July 1990 Etta James k.d. lang
1993 Van-Morrison.jpg Van Morrison Robbie Robertson[N2]
1993 Sly and the Family Stone Gregg Errico, Larry Graham, Jerry Martini, Cynthia Robinson, Freddie Stone, Rosie Stone, and Sly Stone.[38] George Clinton[N2]
1994 Eric Burdon & the Animals.jpg The Animals Eric Burdon, Chas Chandler, Alan Price, John Steel, and Hilton Valentine.[39] Dave Pirner
1994 The Band in 1969. Left to right: Manuel, Hudson, Helm, Robertson, and Danko. The Band Rick Danko, Levon Helm, Garth Hudson, Richard Manuel, and Robbie Robertson.[40] Eric Clapton[N3]
1994 Duane Eddy 1960.JPG Duane Eddy Mick Jones
1994 The Grateful Dead in 1970, from a promotional photo shoot. Left to right: Bill Kreutzmann, Ron "Pigpen" McKernan, Jerry Garcia, Bob Weir, Mickey Hart, Phil Lesh. Grateful Dead Tom Constanten, Jerry Garcia, Donna Jean Godchaux, Keith Godchaux, Mickey Hart, Robert Hunter, Bill Kreutzmann, Phil Lesh, Ron McKernan, Brent Mydland, Bob Weir, and Vince Welnick.[41] Bruce Hornsby
1994 Elton John Hamburg 1972 1603720004.jpg Elton John Axl Rose[N2]
1994 John Lennon rehearses Give Peace A Chance, 1969 John Lennon Paul McCartney[N2]
1994 Marley performing in 1980 Bob Marley Bono[N2]
1994 Rod Stewart 86.jpg Rod Stewart Jeff Beck[N3]
1995 Allman Brothers Band 13 Mar 2010.jpg The Allman Brothers Band Duane Allman, Gregg Allman, Dickey Betts, Jai Johanny Johanson, Berry Oakley, and Butch Trucks.[42] Willie Nelson
1995 Green in concert at the Chumash Casino Resort, Santa Ynez, California, July 2006 Al Green Natalie Cole
1995 Janis Joplin seated 1970.JPG Janis Joplin Melissa Etheridge
1995 Clockwise, from top left: Jimmy Page, John Bonham, Robert Plant, John Paul Jones Led Zeppelin John Bonham, John Paul Jones, Jimmy Page, and Robert Plant[43] Steven Tyler[N2] and Joe Perry[N2]
1995 Martha and the Vandellas 1965.JPG Martha and the Vandellas Rosalind Ashford, Annette Beard, Betty Kelly, Lois Reeves, and Martha Reeves.[44] Fred Schneider and Kate Pierson
1995 Neil Young in Nottingham 2009 (c).jpg Neil Young Eddie Vedder[N2]
1995 Frank Zappa performing in 1977 Frank Zappa Lou Reed[N2]
1996 Bowie at Tweeter Center in Tinley Park during the Heathen Tour in 2002 David Bowie Madonna[N2] and David Byrne[N2]
1996 Left to right: William "Red" Guest, Edward Patten, Merald "Bubba" Knight, and Gladys Knight Gladys Knight & the Pips William Guest, Gladys Knight, Merald "Bubba" Knight, and Edward Patten.[45] Mariah Carey
1996 Jefferson Airplane photographed by Herb Greene at The Matrix club, San Francisco, in 1966. Top row from left: Jack Casady Grace Slick, Marty Balin; bottom row from left: Jorma Kaukonen, Paul Kantner, Spencer Dryden. A cropped version was used for the front cover of Surrealistic Pillow. Jefferson Airplane Marty Balin, Jack Casady, Spencer Dryden, Paul Kantner, Jorma Kaukonen, and Grace Slick.[46] Mickey Hart[N3] and Phil Lesh[N3]
1996 Little Willie John Stevie Wonder[N3]
1996 Pink Floyd, 1971.jpg Pink Floyd Syd Barrett, David Gilmour, Nick Mason, Roger Waters, and Rick Wright.[47] Billy Corgan
1996 The Shirelles 1962.jpg The Shirelles Shirley Alston Reeves, Addie Harris, Doris Kenner-Jackson, and Beverly Lee.[48] Merry Clayton, Marianne Faithfull and Darlene Love[N2]
1996 Velvet Underground 1968 by Billy Name.png The Velvet Underground John Cale, Sterling Morrison, Lou Reed, and Maureen Tucker.[49] Patti Smith[N2]
1997 Bee Gees in 1978 (top to bottom) Barry, Robin, and Maurice Gibb Bee Gees Barry Gibb, Maurice Gibb, and Robin Gibb.[50] Brian Wilson[N3]
1997 Buffalo Springfield Richie Furay, Dewey Martin, Bruce Palmer, Stephen Stills, and Neil Young.[51] Tom Petty[N2]
1997 left to right: Graham Nash, Stephen Stills, Neil Young, and David Crosby Crosby, Stills & Nash David Crosby, Graham Nash, and Stephen Stills.[52] James Taylor[N2]
1997 Jackson 5 tv special 1972.JPG The Jackson 5 Jackie Jackson, Jermaine Jackson, Marlon Jackson, Michael Jackson, and Tito Jackson.[53] Diana Ross[N3]
1997 Mitchell performing in concert at the Universal Amphitheatre in August 1974 Joni Mitchell Shawn Colvin
1997 American funk musician George Clinton and his band Parliament Funkadelic performing at the Capitol City Carnival in Centreville, Virginia. Parliament-Funkadelic Jerome Brailey, George Clinton, Bootsy Collins, Raymond Davis, Tiki Fulwood, Glenn Goins, Michael Hampton, Fuzzy Haskins, Eddie Hazel, Walter Morrison, Cordell Mosson, William "Billy Bass" Nelson, Garry Shider, Calvin Simon, Grady Thomas, and Bernie Worrell.[54] Prince[N2]
1997 The Rascals 1969.JPG The (Young) Rascals Eddie Brigati, Felix Cavaliere, Gene Cornish, and Dino Danelli.[55] Steven Van Zandt[N2]
1998 Eagles.jpg Eagles Don Felder, Glenn Frey, Don Henley, Bernie Leadon, Randy Meisner, Timothy B. Schmit, and Joe Walsh.[56] Jimmy Buffett
1998 Left to right: John McVie, Stevie Nicks, Lindsey Buckingham, Mick Fleetwood at Saint Paul, Minnesota on March 3, 2009 Fleetwood Mac Lindsey Buckingham, Mick Fleetwood, Peter Green, Danny Kirwan, Christine McVie, John McVie, Stevie Nicks, and Jeremy Spencer.[57] Sheryl Crow
1998 The Mamas and the Papas Ed Sullivan Show 1968.JPG The Mamas & the Papas Denny Doherty, Cass Elliot, John Phillips, and Michelle Phillips.[58] Shania Twain
1998 LloydPrice1996.jpg Lloyd Price Tony Rich
1998 Santana (1971).png Santana Jose Chepito Areas, David Brown, Michael Carabello, Gregg Rolie, Carlos Santana, and Michael Shrieve.[59] John Popper
1998 Gene Vincent John Fogerty[N3]
1999 Billy Joel - Perth 7 November 2006.jpg Billy Joel Ray Charles[N3]
1999 Curtis Mayfield.png Curtis Mayfield Sean Combs
1999 Paul McCartney black and white 2010.jpg Paul McCartney Neil Young[N3]
1999 Del Shannon 1965.jpg Del Shannon Art Alexakis
1999 Dusty Springfield (1966)b.png Dusty Springfield Elton John[N3]
1999 Springsteen performing at the Roskilde Festival, Denmark, 2012 Bruce Springsteen Bono[N2]
1999 Staple Singers on Soul Train.jpg The Staple Singers Cleotha Staples, Mavis Staples, Pervis Staples, Pops Staples, and Yvonne Staples.[60] Lauryn Hill
2000 Eric Clapton 2.jpg Eric Clapton Robbie Robertson[N3]
2000 Earth, Wind & Fire (2).jpg Earth, Wind & Fire Philip Bailey, Larry Dunn, Johnny Graham, Ralph Johnson, Al McKay, Fred White, Maurice White, Verdine White, and Andrew Woolfolk.[61] Lil Kim
2000 Lovin Spoonful 1965.jpg The Lovin' Spoonful Steve Boone, Joe Butler, John Sebastian, and Zal Yanovsky.[61] John Mellencamp[N2]
2000 The Moonglows 1956.jpg The Moonglows Prentiss Barnes, Harvey Fuqua, Peter Graves, Billy Johnson, and Bobby Lester.[61] Paul Simon[N3]
2000 Bonnie Raitt performing at John Edwards presidential campaign in 2007 Bonnie Raitt Melissa Etheridge
2000 James Taylor - Columbia.jpg James Taylor Paul McCartney[N3]
2001 Left to right: Tom Hamilton (bass), Steven Tyler (vocals, percussion), Joey Kramer (drums), Brad Whitford (guitar), and Joe Perry (guitar) Aerosmith Tom Hamilton, Joey Kramer, Joe Perry, Steven Tyler, and Brad Whitford.[62] Kid Rock
2001 Solomon Burke performing on April 19, 2008 Solomon Burke Mary J. Blige
2001 The Flamingos Jake Carey, Zeke Carey, Johnny Carter, Tommy Hunt, Terry "Buzzy" Johnson, Sollie McElroy, Nate Nelson, and Paul Wilson.[63] Frankie Valli[N3]
2001 Jackson performing in 1988, during the Bad World Tour. Michael Jackson NSYNC
2001 Top: Brian May, Freddie Mercury Bottom: John Deacon, Roger Taylor Queen John Deacon, Brian May, Freddie Mercury, and Roger Taylor.[64] Dave Grohl[N2] and Taylor Hawkins
2001 Paul Simon performing at the 9:30 Club, May 27, 2011 Paul Simon Marc Anthony
2001 Becker & Fagen of Steely Dan at Pori Jazz 2007.jpg Steely Dan Walter Becker and Donald Fagen.[65] Moby
2001 Ritchie Valens Ricky Martin
2002 Isaac Hayes 2.jpg Isaac Hayes Alicia Keys
2002 Lee in 1977 Brenda Lee Jewel
2002 Tom Petty Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers Tom Petty, Ron Blair, Mike Campbell, Howie Epstein, Stan Lynch, and Benmont Tench.[66] Jakob Dylan
2002 Gene Pitney 1967.JPG Gene Pitney Darlene Love[N2]
2002 The Ramones in 1980 Ramones Dee Dee Ramone, Joey Ramone, Johnny Ramone, Marky Ramone, and Tommy Ramone.[67] Eddie Vedder[N2]
2002 Talking Heads band1.jpg Talking Heads David Byrne, Chris Frantz, Jerry Harrison, and Tina Weymouth.[68] Anthony Kiedis[N2]
2003 AC/DC, from left to right: Brian Johnson, Malcolm Young, Phil Rudd, Angus Young, Cliff Williams, performing at the Tacoma Dome in Tacoma, Washington on August 31, 2009. AC/DC Brian Johnson, Phil Rudd, Bon Scott, Cliff Williams, Angus Young, and Malcolm Young.[69] Steven Tyler[N3]
2003 The Clash in 1980 The Clash Terry Chimes, Topper Headon, Mick Jones, Paul Simonon, and Joe Strummer.[70] The Edge[N2] and Tom Morello
2003 Elvis Costello Elvis Costello & the Attractions Elvis Costello, Steve Nieve, Bruce Thomas, and Pete Thomas.[71] Elton John[N3]
2003 The Police in 2007, left to right: Stewart Copeland, Sting, Andy Summers The Police Stewart Copeland, Sting, and Andy Summers.[72] Gwen Stefani
2003 TheRighteousBrothersperformingKBF.jpg The Righteous Brothers Bobby Hatfield and Bill Medley.[73] Billy Joel[N3]
2004 JacksonBrowne3.jpg Jackson Browne Bruce Springsteen[N3]
2004 The Dells.png The Dells Verne Allison, Chuck Barksdale, Johnny Carter, Johnny Funches, Marvin Junior, and Michael McGill.[74] Robert Townsend
2004 George Harrison 1974 edited.jpg George Harrison Tom Petty[N3] and Jeff Lynne[N2]
2004 Prince performing in Brussels during the Hit N Run Tour in 1986 Prince Outkast and Alicia Keys
2004 Bob Seger 1977.JPG Bob Seger Kid Rock
2004 Traffic 1973.jpg Traffic Jim Capaldi, Dave Mason, Steve Winwood, and Chris Wood.[75] Dave Matthews
2004 ZZ Top performing at St. Augustine Amphitheatre in Florida on May 22, 2008, from left to right: Dusty Hill, Frank Beard (drumming), and Billy Gibbons ZZ Top Frank Beard, Billy Gibbons, and Dusty Hill.[76] Keith Richards[N3]
2005 Buddy Guy performing and interacting with the crowd in Albany, Indiana, August 20, 2011 Buddy Guy Eric Clapton[N3] and B.B. King[N3]
2005 The O'Jays-photo-by-raymond-boyd.jpg The O'Jays Eddie Levert, Bobby Massey, William Powell, Sammy Strain, and Walter Williams.[77] Justin Timberlake
2005 The Pretenders, Dominion Theatre, London, December 1981 The Pretenders Martin Chambers, Pete Farndon, James Honeyman-Scott, and Chrissie Hynde.[78] Neil Young[N3]
2005 Sledge at the 2010 Alabama Music Hall of Fame Concert Percy Sledge Rod Stewart[N3]
2005 U2 Gelsenkirchen August 3rd 2009.png U2 Bono, Adam Clayton, The Edge, and Larry Mullen, Jr..[79] Bruce Springsteen[N3]
2006 Left to right: Geezer Butler, Tony Iommi, Bill Ward, Ozzy Osbourne Black Sabbath Geezer Butler, Tony Iommi, Ozzy Osbourne, and Bill Ward.[80] James Hetfield[N2] and Lars Ulrich[N2]
2006 Blondie in 1977. L-R: Gary Valentine, Clem Burke, Debbie Harry, Chris Stein, and Jimmy Destri Blondie Clem Burke, Jimmy Destri, Nigel Harrison, Debbie Harry, Frank Infante, Chris Stein, and Gary Valentine.[81] Shirley Manson
2006 Miles Davis by Palumbo.jpg Miles Davis Herbie Hancock
2006 Lynyrd Skynyrd (1977).jpg Lynyrd Skynyrd Bob Burns, Allen Collins, Steve Gaines, Ed King, Billy Powell, Artimus Pyle, Gary Rossington, Ronnie Van Zant, and Leon Wilkeson.[82] Kid Rock
2006 The Sex Pistols in Amsterdam in 1977 (L–R: Paul Cook, Glen Matlock, Johnny Rotten and Steve Jones) Sex Pistols Paul Cook, Steve Jones, Glen Matlock, John Lydon, and Sid Vicious.[83] Jann Wenner[N3]
2007 Grandmaster Flash and The Furious Five Melvin "Melle Mel" Glover, Nathaniel "The Kidd Creole" Glover, Eddie "Scorpio" Morris, Joseph "Grandmaster Flash" Sadler, Robert Keith "Keef Cowboy" Wiggins, and Guy Todd "Rahiem" Williams.[84] Jay-Z
2007 Left to right: Mike Mills, Michael Stipe, touring drummer Bill Rieflin (not inducted with the band), and Peter Buck. R.E.M. Bill Berry, Peter Buck, Mike Mills, and Michael Stipe.[85] Eddie Vedder[N2]
2007 The Ronettes.JPG The Ronettes Estelle Bennett, Ronnie Spector, and Nedra Talley.[86] Keith Richards[N3]
2007 Patti Smith performing at Haldern Pop 2014 Patti Smith Zack de la Rocha
2007 Van Halen on stage, 2008 - left to right: David Lee Roth, Eddie Van Halen, Alex Van Halen, and Wolfgang Van Halen Van Halen Michael Anthony, Sammy Hagar, David Lee Roth, Alex Van Halen, and Eddie Van Halen.[87] Velvet Revolver
2008 Get Yourself a College Girl appearance, 1964 - From left: Mike Smith, Lenny Davidson, Denis Payton, Rick Huxley, and Dave Clark. The Dave Clark Five Dave Clark, Lenny Davidson, Rick Huxley, Denis Payton, and Mike Smith.[88] Tom Hanks
2008 Cohen in 2008 Leonard Cohen Lou Reed[N3]
2008 Madonna performing during the Who's That Girl World Tour, 1987 Madonna Justin Timberlake
2008 Mellencamp in 2007 John Mellencamp Billy Joel[N3]
2008 The Ventures Bob Bogle, Nokie Edwards, Gerry McGee, Mel Taylor, and Don Wilson.[89] John Fogerty[N3]
2009 Beck playing in 1973 Jeff Beck Jimmy Page[N3]
2009 Imperials.jpg Little Anthony and the Imperials Clarence Collins, Anthony Gourdine, Tracy Lord, Glouster "Nat" Rogers, Sammy Strain, and Ernest Wright Jr.[90] Smokey Robinson[N3]
2009 Left to right: Kirk Hammett, Lars Ulrich, James Hetfield, Robert Trujillo Metallica Cliff Burton, Kirk Hammett, James Hetfield, Jason Newsted, Robert Trujillo, and Lars Ulrich.[91] Flea[N2]
2009 Run-DMC Darryl "D.M.C." McDaniels, Jason "Jam-Master Jay" Mizell, and Joseph "DJ Run" Simmons.[92] Eminem
2009 Womack performing at Roskilde Festival, Denmark, 2010 Bobby Womack Ron Wood[N3]
2010 ABBA in 1974, from left to right: Benny Andersson, Anni-Frid Lyngstad (Frida), Agnetha Fältskog, and Björn Ulvaeus ABBA Benny Andersson, Agnetha Fältskog, Anni-Frid Lyngstad, and Björn Ulvaeus.[93] Barry[N3] and Robin Gibb[N3]
2010 Genesis performing in 2007 - left to right: Daryl Stuermer, Mike Rutherford, Tony Banks, Phil Collins Genesis Tony Banks, Phil Collins, Peter Gabriel, Steve Hackett, and Mike Rutherford.[94] Trey Anastasio
2010 Cliff performing live Jimmy Cliff Wyclef Jean
2010 The Hollies (1965).png The Hollies Bernie Calvert, Allan Clarke, Bobby Elliott, Eric Haydock, Tony Hicks, Graham Nash, and Terry Sylvester.[95] Steven Van Zandt[N2]
2010 Iggy Pop and the Stooges performing at Katowice Off Festval, Poland, on August 4, 2012 The Stooges Dave Alexander, Ron Asheton, Scott Asheton, Iggy Pop, and James Williamson.[96] Billie Joe Armstrong[N2]
2011 Lead singer Alice Cooper performing live during Halloween Night of Horror at London Wembley Arena on October 28, 2012 Alice Cooper Alice Cooper, Michael Owen Bruce, Glen Buxton, Dennis Dunaway, and Neal Smith.[97] Rob Zombie
2011 Diamond performing in 2015 Neil Diamond Paul Simon[N3]
2011 Dr. John performing at the Jazz à Vienne Festival, in France, 2006 Dr. John John Legend
2011 Love performing atBarnes & Noble Tribeca, June 17, 2013 Darlene Love Bette Midler
2011 Waits during an interview in Buenos Aires, Argentina, April 2007 Tom Waits Neil Young[N3]
2012 Beastie-boys.jpg Beastie Boys Michael "Mike D" Diamond, Adam "Ad-Rock" Horovitz, and Adam "MCA" Yauch.[98] Chuck D[N2] and LL Cool J
2012 The Blue Caps[N1] Backing band for Gene Vincent. Inducted: Tommy Facenda, Cliff Gallup, Dickie Harrell, Bobby Jones, Johnny Meeks, Jack Neal, Paul Peek, and Willie Williams.[99] Smokey Robinson[N3]
2012 BillHaley.JPG The Comets[N1] Backing band for Bill Haley. Inducted: Joey Ambrose, Franny Beecher, Danny Cedrone, Johnny Grande, Ralph Jones, Marshall Lytle, Rudy Pompilli, Al Rex, Dick Richards, and Billy Williamson.[100] Smokey Robinson[N3]
2012 Buddy Holly and The Crickets 1957.JPG The Crickets[N1] Backing band for Buddy Holly. Inducted: Jerry Allison, Sonny Curtis, Joe B. Mauldin, and Niki Sullivan.[101] Smokey Robinson[N3]
2012 Donovan performing in Washington, D.C., 2007 Donovan John Mellencamp[N3]
2012 The Famous Flames[N1] Backing vocal group for James Brown. Inducted: Bobby Bennett, Bobby Byrd, Lloyd Stallworth, and Johnny Terry.[102] Smokey Robinson[N3]
2012 Gnr rrhof.jpg Guns N' Roses Steven Adler, Duff McKagan, Dizzy Reed, Axl Rose, Slash, Matt Sorum, and Izzy Stradlin.[103] Green Day[N2]
2012 The Midnighters[N1] Backing vocal group for Hank Ballard. Inducted: Henry Booth, Billy Davis, Cal Green, Arthur Porter, Lawson Smith, Charles Sutton, Norman Thrasher, and Sonny Woods.[104] Smokey Robinson[N3]
2012 The Miracles[N1] Backing vocal group for Smokey Robinson. Inducted: Claudette Rogers, Bobby Rogers, Ronald White, Marv Tarplin, and Pete Moore.[105] Smokey Robinson[N3]
2012 Laura Nyro Bette Midler
2012 Rhcp-live-pinkpop05.jpg Red Hot Chili Peppers Flea, John Frusciante, Jack Irons, Anthony Kiedis, Josh Klinghoffer, Cliff Martinez, Hillel Slovak, and Chad Smith.[106] Chris Rock
2012 Small Faces/Faces Kenney Jones, Ronnie Lane, Ian McLagan, Steve Marriott, Rod Stewart, and Ronnie Wood.[107] Steven Van Zandt[N2]
2013 Sisters Nancy and Ann Wilson at the Beacon Theater in New York City, 2012 Heart Michael DeRosier, Roger Fisher, Steve Fossen, Howard Leese, Ann Wilson, and Nancy Wilson.[108] Chris Cornell
2013 King performing in 1978 Albert King John Mayer
2013 Newman in a recording studio, 1972 Randy Newman Don Henley[N3]
2013 Public Enemy @ Sir Stewart Bovell Park (2 1 2011) (5356059653).jpg Public Enemy Flavor Flav, Professor Griff, Terminator X, and Chuck D.[109] Harry Belafonte and Spike Lee
2013 Rush-in-concert.jpg Rush Geddy Lee, Alex Lifeson, and Neil Peart.[110] Dave Grohl[N2] and Taylor Hawkins
2013 Summer in a recording studio, 1977 Donna Summer Kelly Rowland
2014 Peter Gabriel at the Wikipedia 10th anniversary party in London in January 2011 Peter Gabriel Chris Martin
2014 Daryl Hall (left) and John Oates (right), 2008 Hall & Oates Daryl Hall and John Oates.[111] Questlove
2014 Kiss in 1976: Peter Criss, Ace Frehley, Gene Simmons, and Paul Stanley Kiss Peter Criss, Ace Frehley, Gene Simmons, and Paul Stanley.[112] Tom Morello
2014 Nirvana around 1992.jpg Nirvana Kurt Cobain, Dave Grohl, and Krist Novoselic.[113] Michael Stipe[N3]
2014 Ronstadt performing in New Haven, Connecticut at a WPLR show, New Haven Veterans Memorial Coliseum, August 16, 1978 Linda Ronstadt Glenn Frey[N3]
2014 Cat Stevens aka Yusuf Islam at the O2 Shepherd's Bush Empire, London, in May 2009 Cat Stevens Art Garfunkel[N3]
2015 Butterfield performing at the Woodstock Reunion 1979 The Paul Butterfield Blues Band Paul Butterfield, Mike Bloomfield, Elvin Bishop, Mark Naftalin, Jerome Arnold, Billy Davenport, and Sam Lay.[114] Peter Wolf
2015 Lead Singer Joan Jett performing with The Blackhearts in Norway, 1980s Joan Jett & the Blackhearts Joan Jett, Gary Ryan, Lee Crystal, and Ricky Byrd.[115] Miley Cyrus
2015 Lou Reed-Conspiracy of Hope-by Steven Toole.jpg Lou Reed[116] Patti Smith[N3]
2015 Green Day House OF Blues 2015 2.jpg Green Day Billie Joe Armstrong, Tré Cool, and Mike Dirnt.[117] Fall Out Boy
2015 Stevie Ray Vaughan And Double Trouble Don Hunstein.jpg Stevie Ray Vaughan and Double Trouble Stevie Ray Vaughan, Chris Layton, Tommy Shannon, and Reese Wynans.[118] John Mayer
2015 Withers in 1976 Bill Withers Stevie Wonder[N3]
2016 Cheap-trick.jpg Cheap Trick Bun E. Carlos, Rick Nielsen, Tom Petersson, and Robin Zander.[119] Kid Rock
2016 Chicago in 2004 Chicago Peter Cetera, Terry Kath, Robert Lamm, Lee Loughnane, James Pankow, Walter Parazaider, and Danny Seraphine.[120] Rob Thomas
2016 Deep Purple in 1971 Deep Purple Ritchie Blackmore, David Coverdale, Rod Evans, Ian Gillan, Roger Glover, Glenn Hughes, Jon Lord, and Ian Paice[121] Lars Ulrich[N3]
2016 N.W.A DJ Yella, Ice Cube, MC Ren, Eazy-E, and Dr. Dre[122] Kendrick Lamar
2016 Steve Miller performs on stage c. 2009 Steve Miller The Black Keys
2017 ELO in 1981. Electric Light Orchestra Bev Bevan, Jeff Lynne, Richard Tandy, and Roy Wood[123] Dhani Harrison
2017 Joan Baez in 1963. Joan Baez Jackson Browne[N3]
2017 Journey in 2002. Journey Jonathan Cain, Aynsley Dunbar, Steve Perry, Gregg Rolie, Neal Schon, Steve Smith, and Ross Valory[124] Pat Monahan
2017 Pearl Jam in 2016. Pearl Jam Jeff Ament, Matt Cameron, Stone Gossard, Dave Krusen, Mike McCready, and Eddie Vedder[125] David Letterman
2017 Tupac Shakur Snoop Dogg
2017 Yes in 1977. Yes Jon Anderson, Bill Bruford, Steve Howe, Tony Kaye, Trevor Rabin, Chris Squire, Rick Wakeman, and Alan White[126] Geddy Lee[N3] and Alex Lifeson[N3]
2018 Bon Jovi in Montreal in 2007 during the Lost Highway Tour. Bon Jovi Jon Bon Jovi, David Bryan, Hugh McDonald, Richie Sambora, Alec John Such and Tico Torres[127] Howard Stern
2018 The Cars Elliot Easton, Greg Hawkes, David Robinson, Ric Ocasek and Benjamin Orr[128] Brandon Flowers
2018 Dire Straits in Drammenshallen, Norway, 1985 Dire Straits Alan Clark, Guy Fletcher, John Illsley, David Knopfler, Mark Knopfler and Pick Withers[129] John Illsley[N4]
2018 The Moody Blues in 1970 at Amsterdam Airport Schiphol. The Moody Blues Graeme Edge, Justin Hayward, Denny Laine, John Lodge, Mike Pinder and Ray Thomas[130] Ann Wilson[N3]
2018 Simone in 1975 Nina Simone Mary J. Blige
2019 The Cure live in Singapore The Cure Perry Bamonte, Jason Cooper, Michael Dempsey, Simon Gallup, Roger O'Donnell, Robert Smith, Porl Thompson, Lol Tolhurst, and Boris Williams[131]
2019 Def Leppard in 2018 Def Leppard Rick Allen, Vivian Campbell, Phil Collen, Steve Clark, Joe Elliott, Rick Savage, and Pete Willis[132]
2019 Janet Jackson performing on her Unbreakable World Tour in San Francisco, California, October 14, 2015 Janet Jackson
2019 Stevie Nicks in 2017 Stevie Nicks
2019 Radiohead in the Mid-2010s Radiohead Colin Greenwood, Jonny Greenwood, Ed O'Brien, Philip Selway, and Thom Yorke[133]
2019 Roxy Music on TopPop in 1973 Roxy Music Brian Eno, Bryan Ferry, John Gustafson, Eddie Jobson, Andy Mackay, Phil Manzanera, Graham Simpson, and Paul Thompson[134]
2019 The Zombies performing in 2008 The Zombies Rod Argent, Paul Atkinson, Colin Blunstone, Hugh Grundy, and Chris White[135]

^ Note 1. These backing bands were inducted by a separate committee, and not by the ballot voting used for all other performer inductees.

^ Note 2. This artist was later inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame after inducting someone else.

^ Note 3. This artist was already a member of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame when they inducted someone else.

^ Note 4. Dire Straits were the first artist in the hall's history to not have an official induction speaker. Band member John Illsley did the induction speech himself.[136]

Early influences

Woody Guthrie, inducted in 1988.
Louis Armstrong, inducted in 1990.
Pete Seeger, inducted in 1996.
Charles Brown, inducted in 1999.

Artists inducted into the early influences category are those "whose music predated rock and roll but had an impact on the evolution of rock and roll and inspired rock's leading artists."[2] Unlike the performers category, these inductees are selected by a committee. The full process is not transparent and it is unclear who comprises this selection committee.[2]

Year Name
1986 Jimmie Rodgers
1986 Jimmy Yancey
1986 Robert Johnson
1987 Louis Jordan
1987 T-Bone Walker
1987 Hank Williams
1988 Woody Guthrie
1988 Lead Belly
1988 Les Paul
1989 The Ink Spots[A]
1989 Bessie Smith
1989 The Soul Stirrers[B]
1990 Charlie Christian
1990 Louis Armstrong
1990 Ma Rainey
1991 Howlin' Wolf
1992 Elmore James
1992 Professor Longhair
1993 Dinah Washington
1994 Willie Dixon
1995 The Orioles[C]
1996 Pete Seeger
1997 Mahalia Jackson
1997 Bill Monroe
1998 Jelly Roll Morton
1999 Bob Wills & His Texas Playboys[D]
1999 Charles Brown
2000 Nat King Cole
2000 Billie Holiday
2009 Wanda Jackson
2012 Freddie King[E]
2015 The "5" Royales[E][F]
2018 Sister Rosetta Tharpe[E]

^ A. Inducted members: Bill Kenny, Charlie Fuqua, Deek Watson, and Orville "Hoppy" Jones.[137]
^ B. Inducted members: Roy Crain Sr., R. H. Harris, Jesse Farley, and E. A. Rundless.[138]
^ C. Inducted members: Sonny Til, Tommy Gaither, George Nelson, Johnny Reed, and Alexander Sharp.[139]
^ D. Inducted members: Bob Wills, Tommy Duncan, Leon McAuliffe, Johnny Gimble, Joe "Jody" Holley, Tiny Moore, Herb Remington, Eldon Shamblin, and Al Stricklin.[140]
^ E. Nominated as a performer.
^ F. Inducted members: John L. Tanner, Eugene Tanner, James E. Moore, Obadiah H. Carter and Lowman Pauling, Jr[141]

Non-performers (Ahmet Ertegun Award)

Carole King, inducted in 1990
Dick Clark, inducted in 1993
Clive Davis, inducted in 2000

The non-performer category honors "songwriters, producers, disc jockeys, record executives, journalists and other industry professionals who have had a major influence on the development of rock and roll."[2] Several of the inductees in this category were in fact prominent performers as well. The inductees in this category are selected by the same committee that chooses the early influences. The full process is not transparent and it is unclear who comprises this selection committee.[2] This category has been criticized for inducting those that have "been coming to the dinner for years and paying for their tickets" and not revealing their full criteria.[142] In 2008, this category was renamed the "Ahmet Ertegün Award".[143]

Year Name
1986 Alan Freed
1986 Sam Phillips
1987 Leonard Chess
1987 Ahmet Ertegun
1987 Jerry Leiber and Mike Stoller
1987 Jerry Wexler
1988 Berry Gordy, Jr.
1989 Phil Spector
1990 Gerry Goffin and Carole King
1990 Holland–Dozier–Holland
1991 Dave Bartholomew
1991 Ralph Bass
1992 Leo Fender
1992 Bill Graham
1992 Doc Pomus
1993 Dick Clark
1993 Milt Gabler
1994 Johnny Otis
1995 Paul Ackerman
1996 Tom Donahue
1997 Syd Nathan
1998 Allen Toussaint
1999 George Martin
2000 Clive Davis
2001 Chris Blackwell
2002 Jim Stewart
2003 Mo Ostin
2008 Kenny Gamble and Leon Huff
2010 David Geffen
2010 Otis Blackwell
2010 Jeff Barry and Ellie Greenwich
2010 Mort Shuman
2010 Jesse Stone
2010 Barry Mann and Cynthia Weil
2011 Jac Holzman
2011 Art Rupe
2012 Don Kirshner
2013 Lou Adler
2013 Quincy Jones
2014 Brian Epstein
2014 Andrew Loog Oldham
2016 Bert Berns

Award for Musical Excellence

Leon Russell, inducted in 2011.

This category, which replaced sidemen, "honors those musicians, producers and others who have spent their careers out of the spotlight working with major artists on various parts of their recording and live careers."

Year Name
2011 Leon Russell
2012 Cosimo Matassa
2012 Tom Dowd
2012 Glyn Johns
2014 E Street Band [G]
2015 Ringo Starr
2017 Nile Rodgers[144]

^ G. Inducted members: Garry Tallent, Roy Bittan, Max Weinberg, Steven Van Zandt, Nils Lofgren, Patti Scialfa, Clarence Clemons, Danny Federici, Vini Lopez, David Sancious.

Singles

At the 2018 ceremony, a new induction category for singles was announced by Steven Van Zandt.[145] According to Van Zandt, the category is "a recognition of the excellence of the singles that shaped rock 'n' roll, kind of a rock 'n' roll jukebox, records by artists not in the Rock Hall -- which is not to say these artists will never be in the Rock Hall. They just are not in the Rock Hall at the moment."[145]

Year Artist Song (Year)
2018 Jackie Brenston and his Delta Cats "Rocket 88" (1951)[146]
2018 Link Wray "Rumble" (1958) [146]
2018 Chubby Checker "The Twist" (1960)[146]
2018 The Kingsmen "Louie Louie" (1963)[146]
2018 Procol Harum "A Whiter Shade of Pale" (1967)[146]
2018 Steppenwolf "Born to Be Wild" (1968)[146]

Sidemen

Established in 2000, the sidemen category "honors those musicians who have spent their careers out of the spotlight, performing as backup musicians for major artists on recording sessions and in concert." A separate committee, composed mainly of producers, chooses the inductees.[2] In 2010, the category was renamed to "Award for Musical Excellence". According to Joel Peresman, the president of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Foundation, "This award gives us flexibility to dive into some things and recognize some people who might not ordinarily get recognized."[147]

James Burton, inducted in 2001.
Year Name Instrument
2000 Hal Blaine Drums[148]
2000 King Curtis Saxophone[149]
2000 James Jamerson Bass guitar[150]
2000 Scotty Moore Guitar[151]
2000 Earl Palmer Drums[152]
2001 James Burton Guitar[153]
2001 Johnnie Johnson Piano[154]
2002 Chet Atkins Guitar[155]
2003 Benny Benjamin Drums[156]
2003 Floyd Cramer Piano[157]
2003 Steve Douglas Saxophone[158]
2008 Little Walter Harmonica[159]
2009 Bill Black Bass guitar[160]
2009 D. J. Fontana Drums[161]
2009 Spooner Oldham Keyboard[162]

Lifetime achievement

The following were inducted for "Lifetime Achievement in the Non-Performer Category."[2]

Year Name
1986 John Hammond
1991 Nesuhi Ertegun
2004 Jann Wenner
2005 Frank Barsalona
2005 Seymour Stein
2006 Herb Alpert and Jerry Moss

Multiple inductees

As of 2017, 22 performers have been inducted twice or more; fourteen have been recognized as a solo artist and with a band and seven have been inducted with two separate bands. Eric Clapton is the only one to be inducted three times: as a solo artist, with Cream and with The Yardbirds.[163] Clyde McPhatter was the first to ever be inducted twice and is one of three artists to be inducted first as a solo artist and then as a member of a band, the other artists being Neil Young and Rod Stewart. Stephen Stills is the only artist to be inducted twice in the same year. Crosby, Stills & Nash, inducted in 1997, is the only band to see all of its inducted members be inducted with other acts: David Crosby with The Byrds in 1991, Stephen Stills with Buffalo Springfield in 1997, and Graham Nash with The Hollies in 2010.

Two inducted bands were spinoffs of other inducted bands. Journey was founded by two former members of Santana. Led Zeppelin was founded by lead guitarist Jimmy Page after The Yardbirds broke up, with the encouragement of the band's management. They were originally billed as "The New Yardbirds."

The Beatles, inducted in 1988, is the second band to have all of its members be inducted, as well as the only band to have each of its members be inducted for their solo careers as their second induction. Ringo Starr is the first inductee to be inducted twice in different categories (The Beatles were inducted in the performers category in 1988 and Starr was inducted as a solo artist in the Award for Musical Excellence category in 2015). He also holds the record for the longest time between first and second inductions, at 27 years. Both of Stills' inductions happened during the 1997 ceremony and Clapton and McPhatter were inducted in back-to-back years (1987/88 for McPhatter, 1992/93 for Clapton, as well as his solo induction in 2000).

The Traveling Wilburys are the only band to have all of its members be inducted without the band itself having been inducted: Roy Orbison as a solo artist in 1987, Bob Dylan as a solo artist in 1988, George Harrison with The Beatles in 1988 and as a solo artist in 2004, Tom Petty with Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers in 2002, and Jeff Lynne with the Electric Light Orchestra in 2017.

There are several performers who were inducted with one (or more) of the bands they played for, but were not inducted as members of one (or more) other bands. For example, Neil Young was inducted with Buffalo Springfield and as a solo artist, but was left out when Crosby, Stills & Nash were inducted.

In 2019, Stevie Nicks will become the first woman to be inducted twice, after having been inducted with Fleetwood Mac in 1998 and for her solo career in 2019.

Name First Year Second Year Third Year
Buddy Holly cropped.JPG Buddy Holly Solo career 1986 The Crickets 2012
Jeff Beck EnmoreTheatre.jpg Jeff Beck The Yardbirds 1992 Solo career 2009
Johnny Carter The Flamingos 2001 The Dells 2004
Eric Clapton 1.jpg Eric Clapton The Yardbirds 1992 Cream 1993 Solo career 2000
Crosby (6898601286).jpg David Crosby The Byrds 1991 Crosby, Stills & Nash 1997
Peter Gabriel Allan Warren.jpg Peter Gabriel Genesis 2010 Solo career 2014
George-Harrison-playing.jpg George Harrison The Beatles 1988 Solo career 2004
Michael Jackson 1984.jpg Michael Jackson The Jackson Five 1997 Solo career 2001
JohnLennonpeace.jpg John Lennon The Beatles 1988 Solo career 1994
Curtis Mayfield.png Curtis Mayfield The Impressions 1991 Solo career 1999
Paul McCartney BBC Electric Proms.jpg Paul McCartney The Beatles 1988 Solo career 1999
Clyde McPhatter 1959.JPG Clyde McPhatter Solo career 1987 The Drifters 1988
Graham Nash Occupy Wall Street 2011.jpg Graham Nash Crosby, Stills & Nash 1997 The Hollies 2010
Stevie Nicks Austin 2017 (13).jpg Stevie Nicks Fleetwood Mac 1998 Solo career 2019
Джимми Пэйдж.jpg Jimmy Page The Yardbirds 1992 Led Zeppelin 1995
Lou Reed (5900407225).jpg Lou Reed The Velvet Underground 1996 Solo career 2015
Gregg Rolie June 2014.jpg Gregg Rolie Santana 1998 Journey 2017
Paul Simon 25-07-2008 1.jpg Paul Simon Simon and Garfunkel 1990 Solo career 2001
Ringo Starr and all his band (8470866906).jpg Ringo Starr The Beatles 1988 Award For Musical Excellence, Solo career 2015
657105w.jpg Rod Stewart Solo career 1994 Faces 2012
StephenStillsMay2007.jpg Stephen Stills Buffalo Springfield 1997 Crosby, Stills & Nash 1997
Sammy Strain The O'Jays 2005 Little Anthony & The Imperials 2009
Ron-Wood in CA.jpg Ronnie Wood The Rolling Stones 1989 Faces 2012
Ny-ottawa-jul-2006.jpg Neil Young Solo career 1995 Buffalo Springfield 1997

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