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Pearl Jam induccion al Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame Subtitulado al espanoland
The class of , which will formally enter the pantheon on March 29 at Barclays Center in Brooklyn, represents a varied cross-section of the last half-century of pop music, with giants of classic and alternative rock, as well as a couple of acts from zones that the hall still glances at only occasionally: dance music and crowd-pleasing s pop-metal. The seven inductees the biggest class since are mostly uncontroversial choices, which may help the hall duck the criticism it has often received because of its opaque internal politics. Three acts Def Leppard, Roxy Music and Nicks were accepted the first time they appeared on the ballot, while Radiohead and the Cure made it in the second time around. Here are some of the themes and inevitable squabbles of the latest Rock Hall class. But since at least , when hip-hop finally arrived via Grandmaster Flash and the Furious Five, the hall has been the focus of continual debate about the makeup or even the existence of a rock canon. And the absence of Jackson, who had been rejected twice before, was seen as symbolic of the underrepresentation of women and people of color.
This list was originally published before the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction ceremony. The idea of a bunch of self-satisfied music-industry fat cats in tuxedos having rock stars assemble for a command performance once a year is precisely the sort of thing rock was created to be the antidote to. There is nothing less rock and roll than a Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. That said, it does exist. The question is, how well has the hall functioned? Has it done its job well, within its ridiculous premise? What follows is a list of all of the regular inductees into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, listed in order from best to worst.
British artists dominate 2019 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductees