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Bon Jovi, Alice Cooper Up For Rock Hall Of Fame

10:31 AM Tuesday 9/28/10 | |

It could be a blaze of glory for Bon Jovi at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.

  • Bon Jovi

    Festhalle - Messe Frankfurt, Frankfurt, Germany
    June 7, 2010

    (AP Photo)


The Jersey boys are up for possible induction in the hallowed hall, along with first-timers Donovan, Dr. John, Alice Cooper and Neil Diamond.

The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame released its list of nominees Tuesday. There were some familiar names: Darlene Love, LL Cool J, Donna Summer and the Beastie Boys have been up for the prestigious honor before.

Other previous nominees include the J. Geils Band; Tom Waits; Chuck Willis; Chic and Joe Tex.

To be eligible for the hall, an act must have released its first batch of music at least 25 years ago.

  • Alice Cooper

    American Music Theater, Lancaster, Pa.
    September 4, 2010

    (Owen Sweeney / OwenSweeneyPhoto.com)


Inductees will be revealed in December, and the ceremony will be in March in New York City.

Click here for the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame website.


  1. Rock N Roll Postman wrote:

    09:53 PM, Oct 01, 2010

    If  LL Cool J goes in Before Alice Cooper, I will never acknowledge the The Rock Hall Again!!!!!!

  2. Rock N Roll Postman wrote:

    09:53 PM, Oct 01, 2010

    If  LL Cool J goes in Before Alice Cooper, I will never acknowledge the The Rock Hall Again!!!!!!

  3. tigermac wrote:

    06:11 AM, Sep 30, 2010

    What is really ironic or should I call it moronic is that Rush got their start in the US because of a radio station in Cleveland that hooked on to Working Man and played the heck out of it. That air time got them their US record deal and forced them to find the greatest rock drummer of all time to replace the original drummer who didn't have the ability to with stand any long tours because of health issues.

  4. classicrocklives wrote:

    11:47 AM, Sep 29, 2010

    why exactly is LL up for induction? good artist yes, but is he a ROCK artist?

  5. dr_luv_84 wrote:

    07:52 PM, Sep 28, 2010

    Thats why the Rock n Roll Hall of Fame is nothing but a sham. Sure Donna Summer and LL Cool J deserve their part in music history, but not in the Rock n Roll Hall of Fame. They might as well change it to the music hall of fame because they are allowing any artist in whether it may be Rock N Roll or not. Not showing Alice Cooper, KISS, Rush any respect is just a slap in the face of Rock n Roll.. **End of Rant**

  6. Heresy wrote:

    06:52 PM, Sep 28, 2010

    LL Cool J nominated more than once... and Rush and Yes never?  What does LL Cool J have to do with rock at all?!  

  7. Shrshot wrote:

    01:25 PM, Sep 28, 2010

    Bon Jovi before Rush?  Who is smoking crack up there?  R&R Hall of Fame must pick names out of a hat... disgraceful!  Put in RUSH!

  8. chiero919 wrote:

    01:18 PM, Sep 28, 2010

    It's laughable that Alice Cooper has had to wait this long. The RnR HOF is a big joke.

  9. acne wrote:

    01:04 PM, Sep 28, 2010

    What about Cheap Trick??????

  10. n2rock wrote:

    01:03 PM, Sep 28, 2010

    Well, I hate to start another argument, no KISS has influenced more musicians and addd to Rock history to a degree that Bon Jovi can not touch. But, I do not want that to take away from the fact that they DO belong in th Hall or fame, just not right this minute. There are many other ICONS that should get in first. I also believe we have to allow a few more in per year until the hall of fame catches up with history. As it stand, the Hall seems to be a bit of a Joke. Should a 15 year old be able to go to the Hall and not see ALL of those that madr Rock what it is today? With the current system in place, the people alive in 3010 will be the ones that see a fully credited Hall of fame...maybe.

  11. Greystoke124 wrote:

    12:59 PM, Sep 28, 2010

    Finally, Alice Cooper gets his due (hopefully). Just because you're nominated doesn't mean you're going to get in. Just ask KISS about what happened last year. If Alice actually gets in I'll have to end my boycott of anything to do with the HOF.

  12. miamitomw wrote:

    12:50 PM, Sep 28, 2010

    Who did "The Moody Blues" piss off? The Moodies & Tull should have been in years ago! Is Cat Stevens kept out because he is a Muslim? Can't Paul McCartney say something Royally cool that would bring more attention to this travesty?