Are you able to rock? The large announcement in regards to the 2021 induction ceremony is coming at 11 a.m.
CLEVELAND — Editor’s notice: Video on the prime of this story was initially printed on Feb. 10, 2021.
Rock ‘n’ roll’s greatest evening is making its return to Cleveland. The Rock and Roll Corridor of Fame is about to make an announcement in regards to the upcoming 2021 induction ceremony, which can take over Cleveland this coming fall.
The Rock Corridor’s announcement from CEO & President Greg Harris will happen at 11 a.m. Tuesday, March 2.
Cleveland was initially slated to host the 2020 induction ceremony, however the in-person occasion was delayed after which canceled on account of ongoing COVID-19 considerations. The Rock Corridor opted for an HBO particular honoring the 2020 inductees as a substitute of the standard ceremony.
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Earlier this month, the Rock and Roll Corridor of Fame revealed the 16 nominees who’re eligible for induction with the category of 2021. The listing, which you’ll be able to see under, contains seven first-time nominees:
- Mary J. Blige
- Kate Bush
- Foo Fighters
- The Go-Go’s
- Iron Maiden
- Chaka Khan
- Carole King
- Fela Kuti
- LL Cool J
- New York Dolls
- Rage In opposition to the Machine
- Todd Rundgren
- Tina Turner
- Dionne Warwick
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The Rock and Roll Corridor of Fame is at present holding its annual fan vote, giving most of the people the chance to assist determine which of the 16 nominees have a greater likelihood at induction. The leaderboard at present exhibits the highest 5 as follows (as of 11 a.m. Feb. 24):
- Fela Kuti: 175,000+ votes
- Tina Turner: 165,000+ votes
- Foo Fighters: 124,000+ votes
- Iron Maiden: 114,000+ votes
- Carole King: 103,000+ votes
Need to weigh in? You may solid a poll as soon as a day now by April 30 HERE.
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