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Kirk Buchner, "The Committee Chairman", is the owner and operator of the site.  Kirk can be contacted at [email protected] .

Donald Trump to the WWE HOF

The WWE has announced its latest entrant to the WWE Hall of Fame, and the defacto member of this year’s celebrity wing.   Billionaire, Donald Trump will be entering the WWE Hall of Fame Class of 2013.   Trump hosted Wrestlemania IV and V at his Atlantic City casino, and he made an appearance at Wrestlemania VII in the crowd.   Of greater note, the star of NBC’s “The Apprentice” appeared at Wrestlemania XXIII in the corner of Bobby Lashley, who took on Umaga, with Vince McMahon in his corner. The loser (which of course was McMahon) had his head shaved.   Trump as also appeared on multiple episodes on Monday Night Raw, and McMahon himself was a guest on the Apprentice.   We had Trump ranked #5 on our list of Celebrity Inductees and are much happier with this celebrity inductee as opposed to Drew Carey.

The 1965 Hockey HOF Class is up

Well, you have seen us grow our site with the addition of existing Hockey Hall of Fame inductees. So far, we have tackled the stars inducted up until 1964, so we move to the Class of 1965 which went back to being a little bit larger. The streamlined class of 1965 includes:

Arthur Farrell


Bill Mosienko

Blair Russel

Clint Benedict

Ernie Russell

Foster Hewitt

Fred Scanlan

Jack Marshall

Marty Barry

Red Horner

Syd Howe

Tommy Lockhart


Gang you know the drill. Check it out, and cast your votes and let us know whether you think they deserved their Hall of Fame induction. Look for upcoming classes soon!

2013 Songwriters HOF Class Announced

Although we focus musically on the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, we thought it would be pertinent to mention that the Songwriters Hall of Fame have announced their latest inductions. Many members of the Class of 2013 will be familiar to Rock fans.

The class is headlined by Steve Tyler and Joe Perry from Aerosmith. We are trying to remember Tyler from the “Dream On” days, as opposed to the androgynous looking former judge of American Idol. Aerosmith was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2001.

The two Aerosmith members are joined by Tony Hatch, the British songwriter who penned many songs for Petula Clark. Also part of the class is Mick Jones and Lou Gramm who were band mates in the British/American band, Foreigner. Both Clark and Foreigner are ranked on our notinhalloffame Rock list for the Rock Hall, though neither are expected to be inducted.

Holly Knight was also selected. She penned many hits for Tina Turner, and many others. The final inductee is J.D. Souther, who wrote songs predominately in the Country Rock genre, and penned hits for the Eagles and Linda Ronstadt.

Although we do not plan to create a section for the Songwriters Hall of Fame, we congratulate this year’s Class and will be watching to see who will be inducted next.

The 1964 Hockey HOF Class is up

Well, you have seen us grow our site with the addition of existing Hockey Hall of Fame inductees. So far, we have tackled the stars inducted up until 1963, so we move to the Class of 1964 which foreshadows how future Classes would look like. The streamlined class of 1964 includes:

Babe Siebert


Bill Durnan

Doug Bentley

Frank Dilio

Jack Stewart


Gang you know the drill. Check it out, and cast your votes and let us know whether you think they deserved their Hall of Fame induction. Look for upcoming classes soon!