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483. Connie Francis

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There have been many who have called the omission of Connie Francis to the Hall as the biggest crime the Hall committee has done thus far. We don’t necessarily agree with that, but we don’t completely disagree that she was the template that other female Pop stars followed. Her large catalogue of hit singles had few equals in the early 60’s but despite her massive success (and make no mistake, she was extremely popular) very little about Connie screamed “Rock Star” and this is likely why the Hall has ignored her thus far.

 

 

 

 

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Eligible Since:

1983

 

Country of Origin:

U.S.A. (Newark, NJ)

 

Nominated In:

Never

 

NIHOF’s Favorite Album:

Who’s Sorry Now? (1958)

 

NIHOF’s Favorite Song:

Who’s Sorry Now? (From Who’s Sorry Now?, 1958)

Should Connie Francis be in the Hall of Fame?

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Definitely put her in! - 16.7%
Maybe, but others deserve it first. - 16.7%
Probably not, but it wouldn't be the end of the world. - 33.3%
No opinion. - 0%
No way! - 33.3%
Last modified on Wednesday, 05 February 2014 23:25

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+1 #1 Sal 2013-10-06 10:49
Connie should have been among the first simply based upon Stupid Cupid as the first rock and roll hit by a female artists, and for many other reasons.
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+1 #2 tman 2014-10-10 23:45
What about Brenda Lee or Dusty Springfield screams"Rock Star"?
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+1 #3 Roger Rigby 2014-10-17 06:46
Connie Francis ROCKS< and it is a travesty not to have her in the HOF!
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0 #4 t.navin 2014-11-06 23:10
Was in hi-school '55-'59,other than Elvis no one else was bigger.
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