Top 10 Solo Artists Deserving to Be in the Rock and Roll Hall of FameUndistinguished
The Top Ten
REMEMBER THAT AWESOME DRUM SOLO ON HIS SONG 'in the air tonight's AND REMEMBER, ITS HIM PLAYING THE DRUMS
He's scary...but good
A screaming, incoherent burnout.
He did, In 2005
Pete Townshend's Top 100 solo songs (no Who songs)
Rank Song Album
1 Let My Love Open the Door Empty Glass
2 Slit Skirts All the Best Cowboys Have Chinese Eyes
3 White City Fighting White City
4 My Baby Gives It Away Rough Mix
5 Rough Boys Empty Glass
6 Prelude All the Best Cowboys Have Chinese Eyes
6 Face Dances Part 2 All The Best Cowboys Have Chinese Eyes
7 Give Blood White City
8 Keep Me Turning Rough Mix
9 A Little is Enough Empty Glass
10 Stardom In Acton All the Best Cowboys Have Chinese Eyes
11 Crashing By Design White City
12 Heart To Hang Onto (with Ronnie Lane) Rough Mix
13 And I Moved Empty Glass
14 Somebody Saved Me All the Best Cowboys Have Chinese Eyes
15 Brilliant Blues White City
16 Misunderstood Rough Mix
17 I Am an Animal Empty Glass
18 North Country Girl All the Best Cowboys Have Chinese Eyes
19 Hiding Out White City
20 Street In The City Rough Mix
21 Jools and Jim Empty Glass
22 The Sea ...more - Garjen
Guess it doesn't matter if it's not rock 'n' roll. Never has with the "hall."
The band is in already, but he's accomplished a lot since he's broken off as a solo artist, too - Shake_n_Bake13
Not rock 'n' roll.
Talented musician but a racist douche - InsertCleverName
One of America's most well respected but underrated singer songwritersV 1 Comment
His solo work deserves more recognition
Diamond Dave is better, don’t kill me for my opinion - InsertCleverName
Johnny O'Keefe was a major influence for many Australian artists.
Johnny O'Keffe was Australia's first rock star of the 50's he biggest hit was The Wild One ( Real Wild Child ) which was covered by Iggy Pop in the 80's
She was massive in the 70's and 80's
The Clash and The Ramones got in for their influence on punk, and Iggy being the founder of the genre or at least proto-punk, he deserve to get in.
Founded the misfits.
Invented horror punk.
Continues to kick ass in his solo band Danzig.
He was a brilliant musical pioneer and no one could touch his lyrics, his poignancy, his honesty and his humanity - Pfeifferpfan
John Lennon is already in since a long time ago. - Undistinguished
Pfft... you call this guy rock? - InsertCleverName
His man has created his own genre Just let him in to the rock n roll hall of fame
Although John Farnham success has been limited to Australia and Europe Farnham's career spans 50 years.. Australia highest selling album within Australia is Farnham 1986 comeback album Whispering Jack selling nearly 2,000,000 in 1986 - 87 when Australia's population was just 18 million.. Regarding as one of the biggest successful Musical comebacks of all time... Farnham's hit single from Whispering Jack, You're The Voice is timeless classic anthem.
Australian Influential singer songwriter has influenced many Australian and International songwriters..
Great songs like "Before Too Long "" Too Her Door " "Dumb Things " " From Little Things Big Things Grow " How To Make Gravy "
Australia most successful solo artist.. 50 million in album sales
Russell Morris is Australian pop rock singer that has been in the Industry since the 60's his signature song " The Real Thing " was a massive hit in 1969... But in recent years has reinventing himself has a blues singer with his albums gaining acclaim.
Jon English is another underrated Australian singer that deserved more international recognition.. He was massive in Australia through out the 70s and early 80s... Before he died in early 2016 he was help young and upcoming muso's get a start
It never crossed my mind that he wasn't inducted yet. Vote him up guys! - Undistinguished
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