Box sets and reissue sets from Hanoi Rocks, The Feelies, Counting Crows, and others, certainly make the cut.
By Martin Popoff Guitarist James Williamson is most famous for his work on the incendiary “Raw Power” album — James, of course, being lead Stooge in Iggy and the Stooges. But he’s also on the latest Stooges album “Ready to …
Goldmine Magazine’s Hall of Fame inducts its 31st group featuring far-out artists Frank Zappa, The Sex Pistols, T. Rex & Iggy Pop as well as fan favorites Deep Purple, Air Supply, Richard Marx & more
The Searchers, Troggs & Zombies are three more British Invasion bands the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame should consider
This latest reissue has enough extras to entice anyone who’s a fan of this proto-punk classic to buy it once again
Upon its original release in 1970, the late Lester Bangs greeted Fun House with a 10,000-word review — and the album was only 36 minutes long.
In 1970, and for a good few years after that as well, the idea of Iggy Pop and The Stooges being invited to any halfway respectable function would have struck many as being like asking Genghis Khan to bring a few friends around for tea.
The nominations for induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum for 2010 were announced today. The 12 nominees are: ABBA, Darlene Love, Donna Summer, Genesis, Jimmy Cliff, KISS, Laura Nyro, LL Cool J, Red Hot Chili Peppers, The Chantels, The Hollies, and The Stooges. Ballots will be sent to more than 500 voters, who will select five of the 12 nominees to be inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame at the 25th Annual Induction Ceremony March 15, 2010, at the Waldorf Astoria in New York City.
From rockabilly, rap and R&B to punk, disco and metal, the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame’s 2009 nominees represent a broad spectrum. So, who’s nominated?