The Rock & Roll Hall of Fame has announced its 15 nominees for the Class of 2024.

The Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Foundation has announced its 15 nominees for the Class of 2024.

Mary J. Blige - second nomination
Mariah Carey - first nomination
Cher - first nomination
Dave Matthews Band - second nomination
Eric B. & Rakim - first nomination
Foreigner - first nomination
Peter Frampton - first nomination
Jane's Addiction - second nomination
Kool & the Gang - first nomination
Lenny Kravitz - first nomination
Oasis - first nomination
Sinéad O'Connor - first nomination
Ozzy Osbourne - first nomination (Ozzy has already been inducted as a member of Black Sabbath)
Sade - first nomination
A Tribe Called Quest - third nomination
To be eligible for nomination, an individual artist or band must have released its first commercial recording at least 25 years prior to the year of nomination.

Nominee ballots will be sent to an international voting body of more than 1000 artists, historians and members of the music industry. An artist's musical impact and influence on other artists, length and depth of career, and body of work -- as well as innovation and superiority in style and technique -- are taken into consideration.

Inductees will be announced in late April. The Rock & Roll Hall of Fame 2024 Induction Ceremony will take place in Cleveland this fall with date and on-sale information to be announced.

The ceremony will stream live on Disney+ with a special airing on ABC at a later date and streaming on Hulu the next day.

Only votes from authorized email addresses are counted in the Fan Vote. To authorize an email address, head to and enter your email address or log in via Amazon or Google. Fans will need to log in to vote. Voting is capped at one ballot per day. 

Artists Newly Eligible for the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2024 (but didn't get nominated) According to the Rock Hall, the individual or band must have released their first commercial recording at least 25 years prior to the year that the new Class will be inducted, so in this case, 1999 is the year we're looking at. EPs do count, as long as they weren't self-release.

Black Label Society
First Official Recording: Sonic Brew (1999)

First Official Recording: Buckcherry (1999)

First Official Recording: Point #1 (1999)

Chris Cornell
First Official Recording: Euphoria Morning (1999)

Coheed and Cambria
First Official Recording: Plan to Take Over the World (1999, EP)

Crazy Town
First Official Recording: The Gift of Game (1999)

The Dillinger Escape Plan
First Official Recording: Calculating Infinity (1999)

Drowning Pool
First Official Recording: Drowning Pool (1999, EP)

First Official Recording: (Don't Mess With the) Time Man (1999, EP)

High on Fire
First Official Recording: High on Fire (1999, EP)

John Paul Jones
First Official Recording: Zooma (1999)

Lacuna Coil
First Official Recording: In a Reverie (1999)

First Official Recording: Showbiz (1999)

New Found Glory
First Official Recording: Nothing Gold Can Stay (1999)

First Official Recording: Slipknot (1999)

First Official Recording: Wisconsin Death Trip (1999)

First Official Recording: Amalgamation (1999)

First Official Recording: Act of Depression (1999)

The White Stripes
First Official Recording: The White Stripes (1999)
  940 Hits