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100 Greatest Artists of Rock & Roll (28 Mar. 1998)

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"The 100 Greatest Artists of Rock & Roll" was the very first installment of the long running "100 Greatest..." franchise for VH1. Hosted by 'Kevin Bacon', the mini-series of 5 one-hour ... See full summary »

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"The 100 Greatest Artists of Rock & Roll" was the very first installment of the long running "100 Greatest..." franchise for VH1. Hosted by 'Kevin Bacon', the mini-series of 5 one-hour episodes counted down the 100 most influential artists according to a VH1 survey of rock stars, pop stars, band members, musicians and producers. Written by van_whistler@hotmail.co.uk

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The top 100 bands are:
  • 100. Paul Simon


  • 99. Parliament/Funkadelic


  • 98. Traffic


  • 97. Fats Domino


  • 96. Lynyrd Skynyrd


  • 95. Robert Johnson


  • 94. Diana Ross & the Supremes


  • 93. The Four Tops


  • 92. The Temptations


  • 91. Gladys Knight & the Pips


  • 90. Tom Waits


  • 89. Johnny Cash


  • 88. The Ramones


  • 87. Santana


  • 86. Madonna


  • 85. Carole King


  • 84. T. Rex


  • 83. Iggy Pop


  • 82. Devo


  • 81. The Band


  • 80. Tina Turner


  • 79. Aerosmith


  • 78. Billy Joel


  • 77. John Coltrane


  • 76. Bee Gees


  • 75. Curtis Mayfield


  • 74. Velvet Underground


  • 73. Muddy Waters


  • 72. Simon & Garfunkel


  • 71. Rod Stewart


  • 70. Stevie Ray Vaughan


  • 69. The Pretenders


  • 68. The Allman Brothers Band


  • 67. Kiss


  • 66. Talking Heads


  • 65. James Taylor


  • 64. Frank Zappa


  • 63. Sting


  • 62. Paul McCartney


  • 61. Smokey Robinson


  • 60. Earth, Wind & Fire


  • 59. Bo Diddley


  • 58. Sam Cooke


  • 57. Steely Dan


  • 56. The Kinks


  • 55. The Byrds


  • 54. Grateful Dead


  • 53. Peter Gabriel


  • 52. Cream


  • 51. B.B. King


  • 50. R.E.M.


  • 49. Roy Orbison


  • 48. Van Halen


  • 47. Creedence Clearwater Revival


  • 46. Sex Pistols


  • 45. Crosby, Stills & Nash


  • 44. The Jackson 5


  • 43. Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers


  • 42. Nirvana


  • 41. Janis Joplin


  • 40. Michael Jackson


  • 39. Miles Davis


  • 38. Elvis Costello


  • 37. Al Green


  • 36. Little Richard


  • 35. Otis Redding


  • 34. Buddy Holly


  • 33. Queen


  • 32. Joni Mitchell


  • 31. The Clash


  • 30. Neil Young


  • 29. U2


  • 28. Sly & the Family Stone


  • 27. Bruce Springsteen


  • 26. Chuck Berry


  • 25. Van Morrison


  • 24. Bob Marley


  • 23. The Eagles


  • 22. Fleetwood Mac


  • 21. Aretha Franklin


  • 20. The Doors


  • 19. Pink Floyd


  • 18. Prince


  • 17. Elton John


  • 16. John Lennon


  • 15. Eric Clapton


  • 14. Marvin Gaye


  • 13. The Beach Boys


  • 12. Ray Charles


  • 11. Stevie Wonder


  • 10. The Police


  • 9. The Who


  • 8. Elvis Presley


  • 7. David Bowie


  • 6. James Brown


  • 5. Bob Dylan


  • 4. Led Zeppelin


  • 3. Jimi Hendrix


  • 2. Rolling Stones


  • 1. The Beatles


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