The Zombies Enter Hall Of Fame | Music News
Many have speculated as to whether The Zombies, who hit the big-time briefly in the mid-sixties and then promptly disappeared for thirty odd years only to be rediscovered by the MySpace generation hearing “Time Of The Season” on an old episode of Friends, would ever make it to Cleveland’s Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.
It’s an achievement coveted by those who made music between 1960 and 1977, but not many others either side of that period. Finally though, justice be done, The Zombies’ 1965 single “She’s Not There” has entered the *cough* Grammy *cough* Hall of Fame. Still… The Grammy Hall of Fame is better than no Hall of Fame, right?
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