Nirvana, Kiss, Peter Gabriel, Hall & Oates, Linda Rondstadt and Cat Stevens will be inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame on April 10th 2014 in Brooklyn at the Barclay's Center.
Rolling Stone broke the results.
Peter Gabriel told RS this time he plans to attend, unlike when he was inducted with Genesis.
Those that were nominated that did not make the cut were N.W.A., The Replacements, Yes, Deep Purple, The Zombies, and The Meters.-DocFB
Diagnosis: The Event will air on HBO in May.
Nirvana, KISS, The Replacements, Hall & Oates Lead New Nominees For Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame Induction
Nirvana, KISS, The Replacements, Hall & Oates, Linda Ronstadt, Peter Gabriel, Yes, The Zombies, and Link Wray are nominees to be inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame.
Other nominees from last year who did not get into the Hall Of Fame, CHIC, N.W.A., and Deep Purple are also on the nominations list. LL Cool J and Cat Stevens are previous nominees and on the list again this year.
This is Nirvana's first year of eligibility.
Nirvana is sure to get in the first year. Who else will join them?-DocFB
Diagnosis: Peter Gabriel is in the Hall Of Fame with Genesis.
Nelly Furtado's "The Spirit Indestructible" is due out September 18th and she sat down with our friends at Swagger New York to discuss her new album and why she prefers Justin Timberlake over Justin Bieber and why she thinks Odd Future is the next Nirvana.
Mind you, Odd Future consists of Tyler The Creator and Frank Ocean, whom I'm sure you heard of this summer. It also consists of Hodgy Beats, Earl Sweatshirt, Domo Genesis, and Mike G.
It is surprising to me since she is Canadian, that she chose Timberlake over Bieber.
She also takes time to talk about her new album and if she likes to wear "Big Hoops" as her song suggests.
She talks about the good she does like building schools in Africa. Very cool of her.
Check out the clips above and show some LOVE to our friends at SwaggerNewYork as well.-DocFB
Chris Brown took to the MTV Video Music Award stage not to win an award, but to remind everyone of his talent. No distractions. No Twitter rants. No interviews to talk about you know what. Just a performance. If he keeps sticking to what he did tonight, he may make more than just Michael Jackson proud.
I know I will get flack for saying that MJ would have loved the performance. Yet, look at the entertainment factor of what Breezy did. The flying above the crowd. The flips. From moving from one platform to the next. Even throwing in a little bit of Nirvana beforehand just for kicks. You know as well as I do, MJ would have loved to have done that.
I like Chris. I don't like what he did in the past. But should one night define him? Chris, just keep performing. No more stupid battles with Fox News People on Twitter. No more interviews. Let your music and performances speak. Trust me. The silent treatment works and puts the spotlight back where it belongs; you on stage.-Dr.FB
Diagnosis: Smells Like Breezy Spirit