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Eleven Acts Eligible For The 2024 Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame Class
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Eleven Acts Eligible For The 2024 Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame Class

We got curious and decided to look into acts eligible for the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame in 2024. The rules state that artists are eligible 25 years after their first commercial album release. It's hard to believe some of these bands and artists have been doing their thing for more than two decades, but here we are. Take the poll below and let us know what you think. Photo Credit: Vishnu R Nair Are we forgetting anyone? Let us know. Before we dive in, a few honorable mentions: Old Crow Medicine Show, Rufus Wainwright, Blue October, and Umphrey's McGee. You can have a look at the 2022 class here and here's who is eligible in 2023. 11. Evanescence While Evanescence's breakthrough album Fallen dropped in 2003 they did release several EPs and a demo prior to that. "Bring M...
Sick Puppies Bassist Emma Anzai Joins Evanescence
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Sick Puppies Bassist Emma Anzai Joins Evanescence

Alt-rockers Evanescence has announced a few tweaks to their lineup. In the wake of the recently announced departure of longtime guitarist Jen Majura, they've found an in-house replacement on guitar while tapping Sick Puppies bassist Emma Anzai to join the band on bass guitar. In a recent social media post, it was revealed that Tim McCord will be taking over guitar duties. He became an official member of Evanescence in 2007 and has been holding it down on bass ever since. McCord will now have the opportunity to return to his original instrument. Emma Anzai founded Sick Puppies with former frontman Shimon Moore in 1997. They had a string of successful albums and singles but ended up parting ways after an internal dispute in 2014. Vocalist Bryon Scott joined for 2015's Fury album. As...
12 Rock Videos On YouTube With More Than 1 Billion Views
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12 Rock Videos On YouTube With More Than 1 Billion Views

Evanescence is the latest band to achieve a once-unthinkable milestone. "Bring Me To Live" has crossed the one billion view mark on YouTube. And we'd be lying if we said we weren't responsible for at least 267 of those views over the last few years. Here's a deeper dive where we take a look at 12 rock videos on YouTube that have been viewed more than a billion times. Sure bands like Bon Jovi and AC/DC have hit the mark but that's to be expected. Pop stars? Sure, a lot of them have more than a billion. And of course, in researching for this article we came across the fact that the first act to achieve this accomplishment was Psy with the phenomenon "Gangnam Style" (yes we can do the dance still). So congrats to Amy Lee and company from Evanescence, you've entered into a pretty ...