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Def Leppard is leading public poll for Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame

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Def Leppard is leading public poll for Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame

Def Leppard is leading the public vote on which artist should join the Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame at the event next year. The band has so far won more than 505,000 votes on the institution’s website.

Second is Stevie Nicks, with more than 395,000 votes. Todd Rundgren closes the podium with 335,000 votes in his favor.

The vote will be closed on Sunday (9). The popular choice counts as if it were one of the other thousand jurors involved in the curatorship – that is, it makes no great difference.

Later this month, the nominations chosen by the curators of Rock And Roll Hall of Fame for the next event will be revealed. There is no date established so far.

The honoring event will take place at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York, United States, on March 29, 2019. The broadcast will be made by HBO weeks later.

In the ceremony of 2018, the following artists were nominated: Bon Jovi, Dire Straits, The Moody Blues, The Cars, Nina Simone and Sister Rosetta Tharpe.

See below for the full list of nomination nominees in 2019 (the rookies are marked with an asterisk):

Def Leppard *
Devo *
Janet Jackson
John Prine *
Kraftwerk
LL Cool J
MC5
Radiohead
Rage Against the Machine
Roxy Music *
Stevie Nicks *
The Cure
Todd Rundgren *
Rufus & Chaka Kahn
The Zombies

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