Aerosmith, Bowie, FINALLY Getting Into The Grammy HOF

The Recording Academy has just announced the latest batch of recordings being inducted into the GRAMMY Hall of Fame. Recordings are chosen each year for their qualitative or historical significance, and this year’s list spans a variety of genres.

Songs being inducted this year’s includes such classics as Aerosmith’s “Dream On,” David Bowie’s “Space Odyssey,” and Gladys Knight & The Pips' "I Heard It Through The Grapevine," while albums making the cut include Nirvana’s “Nevermind,” and Queen’s “A Night At The Opera!”

Check out some of the other inductees below (and click here for a complete list):

  • “Band of Gypsys” - Jimi Hendrix (Album)
  • “Bring It On Home To Me” - Sam Cooke (Single)
  • “The Chronic” - Dr. Dre (Album)
  • “Fight The Power” - Public Enemy (Single)
  • “Flash Light” – Parliament (Single)
  • “Heart Like A Wheel” - Linda Ronstadt (Album)
  • “I Can’t Help Myself” - Four Tops (Single)
  • ”Me and Mrs. Jones” - Billy Paul (Single)
  • “Moon River” – Andy Williams (Single)
  • “Paint It Black” The Rolling Stones (Single)
  • “A Song For You” - Leon Russell (Single)

Source: GRAMMY

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