Jay-Z, Foo Fighters and The Go-Gos to Be Inducted in The Rock & Roll Hall of Fame, Iron Maiden and RATM Get Snubbed


 

Ever controversial, The Rock & Roll Hall of Fame 2021 inductees have been announced. JAY-Z, Foo Fighters, Tina Turner, the Go-Go’s, Todd Rundgren, and Carole King will all be inducted. It marks the second induction for Dave Grohl (previously with Nirvana), Turner (previously with Ike Turner), and King (previously with Gerry Goffin). Turner and King follow Stevie Nicks as the only women to be inducted multiple times. Those nominated include metal icons Rage Against the Machine, and Iron Maiden, along with Mary J. Blige, Kate Bush, Devo, Chaka Khan, Fela Kuti, New York Dolls, and Dionne Warwick. The Rock Hall has rarely gotten it right for Rock and Heavy Metal and of bands that are officially in the metal genre, only Black Sabbath and Metallica are in. Ozzy Osbourne genius guitarist Randy Rhodes will be induced in The Musical Excellence Award with LL Cool J, Billy Preston, and Randy Rhoads. Music executive Clarence Avant is this year’s Ahmet Ertegun Award, honoree.

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Iron Maiden, Foo Fighters, Rage Against The Machine, Tina Turner, Jay-Z, and New York Dolls are Nominated for the Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame’s class of 2021


Often criticized by fans for not including enough actual rock and metal bands, The Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame has announced their nominees for the class of 2021. Among the included artists and bands are Iron Maiden, Foo Fighters, Rage Against The Machine, Tina Turner, Jay-Z, and New York Dolls, The Go-Gos, Todd Rundgren, LL Cool J and others. The Hall has always been inclusive of other genres of pop music such as Rap and Jazz even. RATM was denied last year after being a finalist and other heavy acts like Judas Priest and Soundgarden, mounted big campaigns, but ultimately fell short. The top vote-getters will be announced in May and inducted in a Cleveland, Ohio, ceremony in the fall. To be eligible for this year’s ballot, each nominee’s first single or album had to have been released in 1995 or earlier.

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Video Premiere – Militia Vox Debuts Tina Turner Cover


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Powerhouse metal singer and New York City personality Militia Vox has just released her covers EP Bait. To celebrate, Ghost Cult is proud to premiere her video, for her powerful rendition of Tina Turner’s 80’s rock classic ‘We Don’t Need Another Hero (Thunderdome)’, the hit theme song to the film Mad Max, Beyond Thunderdome. .

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Press Notes:

Best known as the front woman of several bands such as Judas Priestess (the world’s only all-woman tribute to the metal gods, Judas Priest), Swear On Your Life, and Disciples of Astaroth. She is a well known talent as a multi-instrumentalist was well. (vocals, songwriter, arranger, keys/synth, rhythm guitar)

Militia Vox has lent her vocals to legends such as Dee Snider, Cyndi Lauper and Living Colour, and was a VJ and music/style expert for networks like FUSE, Much Music USA, MTV2, and VH1(“Heavy Metal Makeover,” “Soundtrack For Your Life,” “Tastemaker,” “A Night With…”).

 

 

 

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