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We Have Announced our 2016 Finalists for our Fictitious Rock and Roll Hall of Fame!

Last week the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame announced their Finalists for the Class of 2016.



As such our Fictitious Rock and Roll Hall of Fame is doing the same thing.

The Fictitious Rock and Roll Hall of Fame was designed to celebrate the bands that not exactly real.  While some have gone on actual tour, the origin behind the musician is fictional.

Last year in the first full class inducted, The Blues Brothers, Spinal Tap and The Monkees were chosen as the result of a year long online poll.  We have now reached the final fifteen finalists for the Class of 2016.


The 15 Finalists are: 

1.  Alvin & The Chipmunks

Say what you want about these anthropomorphic rodents, but they have had multiple hit movies and went number one on Billboard twice.  The Chipmunks were Finalists last year.

2.  The Archies

The Archies had a surprise number one hit with “Sugar Sugar”, which has to be considered a classic in the bubblegum genre.

3.  The Be-Sharps

Comprised of Homer Simpson, Principal Skinner, Barney Gumble and Apu Nahasspeemapetilion, the Be-Sharps won a Grammy Award for the Outstanding Soul, Spoken Word, or Barbershop Album of the Year. 

4. Dr. Teeth & The Electric Mayhem

The house band for the Muppets narrowly missed out on an induction last year as they finished fourth in 2015 Finalist voting.

5. Gorillaz

A very successful virtual band, Gorillaz is the creation of Blur frontman, Damon Albarn.  Arguably, Gorillaz “blurs” the line between real and fictional more than any other Semi-Finalist.

6. Hannah Montana

Hannah Montana was one of the most successful Disney shows of all time and launched Miley Cyrus to the stratosphere.

7. Jerome “Chef” McElroy

Played by the late Isaac Hayes, “Chef” taught the children of South Park right from wrong.

8. Marvin Berry & The Starlighters

Marvin Berry, “the cousin of Chuck Berry” performed with his band, the Starlighters at the Enchantment Under the Sea dance in Back to the Future.

9. Michigan J. Frog

The mascot for Warner Brothers is arguably the least contemporary Semi-Finalist as the frog appears to only know Broadway songs from before 1950.

10. Phoebe Buffay

Phoebe Buffay may have never made it out of Central Perk but “Smelly Cat” lives on in Pop Culture.

11. Sex Bob-omb

Sex Bob-omb was the band helmed by Scott Pilgrim, who had the most literal battle of the bands in cinematic history.

12. The School of Rock

From the film of the same name, this is one of two entries featuring Jack Black.

13. Tenacious D

Tenacious D, the side project of Jack Black and Kyle Gass has released multiple albums and had a fictionalized movie on their backstory, “The Pick of Destiny”.

14. The Wonders

From “That Thing You Do”, The Wonders had one hit (this making them one hit wonders) in the early 1960’s.

15. Wyld Stallyns

If Bill & Ted’s Excellent Adventure is to believed, Wyld Stallyns are the band that brought peace to the world.


In December, the second full class will be announced, as the top two vote getters will enter the Fictitious Rock and Roll Hall of Fame as the fourth and fifth inductee.

Voting can be found here: http://www.notinhalloffame.com/ficitious-rock-and-roll-voting/2016-final-round.  

Gang, you know what we want you to do!



Cast your vote and tell us who you think should be in the Class of 2016 for the Fictitious Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.



As always, we here at Notinhalloffame.com thank you for your support!

Our Fictitious Rock and Roll HOF Announces the 2016 Class!


After three rounds and a full year of public online voting, the Fictitious Rock and Roll Hall of Fame has announced their second full class.

Joining last year’s first class of The Blues Brothers, Spinal Tap and the Monkees are Gorillaz and Tenacious D. 

Like last year, these selections can be considered controversial as both groups certainly blur the line between real and fictional.

Gorillaz were this year’s runaway leader in the votes.  Created by Blue front man, Damon Albarn and comic genius, Jamie Hewlett, Gorillaz is a virtual band complete with four animated members:

2D (lead vocals & keyboard), Murdoc Niccals (bass guitar & vocals), Noodle (guitar, keyboard and backing vocals) and Russel Hobbs (drums).  Each member has a distinct backstory and have actually toured live, sometimes fronted by animation and sometimes by the actual performers behind the group.

Tenacious D were also chosen.  While they comprise comedic actors, Kyle Gass and Jack Black, they did have their own televsion program and had a fictionalized origin story film, “The Pick of Destiny”, thus “qualifying” them for the Fictitious Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. 

These two inductees beat out the following finalists (in order of their vote totals) in the Final Round:


- Sex Bob-Omb (Scott Pilgrim Vs the World)

- The Be-Sharps (The Simpsons)

- Dr. Teeth & the Electric Mayhem (The Muppets)

- Wyld Stallyns (Bill & Ted’s Excellent Adventure)

- Jerome “Chef” McElroy (South Park)

- The School of Rock (School of Rock)

- Phoebe Buffay (Friends)

- Michigan J. Frog (Looney Tunes)

- Marvin Berry and the Starlighters (Back to the Future)

- Alvin and the Chipmunks

- The Wonders (That Thing You Do!)

- The Archies (The Archie Show)

- Hannah Montana (Hannah Montana)


Voting is now open for the Preliminary round for the 2017 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Class, which can be found here.

Like last year, there will be a Preliminary round leading to 40 Semi-Finalist Candidates, which will pared down to 15 Finalists. 

You know what we want you to do!

Take a look at the next batch of nominees and cast your votes for who should comprise the 2017 Fictitious Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.

The Wonders "Reunite"

For most people this isn’t news. 

Of course, most people don’t own the Fictitious Rock and Roll Hall of Fame!

Last night at the Roxy Theatre in Los Angeles, three of the four actors who portrayed “The Wonders” took to the stage and played their hit in both fiction and reality, “That Thing You Do”.

Present was Tom Everett Scott (Guy), Jonathan Schaech (Jimmy) and Ethan Embry (T.B. Player) and they donned matching white shirts and black ties.  Scott, even put the shades back on for the impromptu reunion!

While most sites view this as a fluff piece, this is anything but to us!

We are a couple of weeks away from announcing our Semi-Finalists for the Fictitious Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and the Wonders have reached that level in both of the years of our Hall’s existence.

Does this “reunion” bode well for the Wonders making our Hall?

You can vote for them here:

http://www.notinhalloffame.com/ficitious-rock-and-roll-voting/2017-round-1





The Finalists are announced for our Fictitious Rock and Roll Hall of Fame! Vote Now!

It is another big day for us at Notinhalloffame.com!

Last December, The Fictitious Rock and Roll Hall of Fame announced it’s second full class as voted by a one year long vote by the public.

That class comprised Gorillaz and Tenacious D who joined the inaugural (and controversial) inductees of Spinal Tap, The Blues Brothers and The Monkees.

Like in previous years, the opening round began with over 500 Fictional Musicians which was reduced to 40 Fictional Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Semi-Finalists. The top 12 vote getters advanced to the Final Round.

The 12 Fictitious Rock and Roll Hall Finalists are:

Alvin & the Chipmunks (Alvin & the Chipmunks)

B-Sharps, The (The Simpsons)

Bleeding Gums Murphy (The Simpsons)

Dr. Teeth & the Electric Mayhem (The Muppets)

Marvin Berry & the Starlighters (Back to the Future)

Michigan J. Frog (Warner Brothers)

Otis Day & The Knights (Animal House)

Rutles, The (The Rutles)

School of Rock, The (The School of Rock)

Soggy Bottom Boys, The (O Brother, Where Art Thou?)

Wonders, The (That Thing You Do!)

Wyld Stallyns (Bill & Ted’s Excellent Adventure)

The Finalists will be announced on December 30, 2017.

Voting can be found here: http://www.notinhalloffame.com/ficitious-rock-and-roll-voting/2017-final-round

 

We thank you for your support of this project and look for more like this from us at Notinhalloffame.com!

Dr. Teeth & The Electric Mayhem & Wyld Stallyns enter our Fictitious Rock and Roll HOF

We have been a little late with our official announcement on this but our Fictitious Rock and Roll Hall of Fame is ready to work on the Class of 2018!

If you haven’t noticed already, Wyld Stallyns and Dr. Teeth & The Electric Mayhem were chosen for the Class of 2017.

If we are to believe fictional rock and roll history, Wyld Stallyns (from Bill & Ted’s Excellent Adventure) created music that brought peace throughout the universe. If that is true, then this is a group that should have been inducted immediately!

Dr. Teeth & The Electric Mayhem were the house band for the Muppets on their eponymously named show and have appeared in all of their later movies and programs since. More notably, they actually appeared last year in a live performance at a music festival in California.

With the induction of these two acts, voting has commenced on our 2018 Class, which you can all vote for here.

As always, we here at Notinhalloffame.com thank you for your continued support.

Our Fictitious Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Announces the 2018 Semi-Finalists

It is another big day for us at Notinhalloffame.com!

Last December, The Fictitious Rock and Roll Hall of Fame announced it’s third full class as voted by a one year long vote by the public.

That class comprised of Wyld Stallyns and Dr. Teeth and the Electric Mayhem. They joined previous inductees, Gorillaz, Tenacious D, Spinal Tap, The Blues Brothers and The Monkees.

Like in previous years, the opening round began with over 500 Fictional Musicians which has been reduced to 30 Fictional Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Semi-Finalists.

The 30 Fictitious Rock and Roll Hall Semi-Finalists are:

Aldous Snow (Get Him to the Greek)

Alvin & the Chipmunks (Alvin & the Chipmunks)

Archies, The (The Archies)

Banana Splits (The Banana Splits)

Barden Bellas, The (Pitch Perfect)

Be-Sharps, The (The Simpsons)

Bleeding Gums Murphy (The Simpsons)

Buckaroo Banzai & the Honk Kong Cavaliers (The Adventures of Buckaroo Banzai Across the 8th Dimension)

Bugaloos, The (The Bugaloos)

Commitments, The (The Commitments)

Crazy Frog

Crucial Taunt (Wayne’s World)

Dethklok (Metapcolypse)

Eddie and the Cruisers (Eddie and the Cruisers)

Hakeem Lyon (Empire)

Hannah Montana (Hannah Montana)

Jem and the Holograms (Jem and the Holograms)

Josie & the Pussycats (The Archies & Josie & The Pussycats)

Lucious Lyon (Empire)

Marvin Berry & the Starlighters (Back to the Future)

Max Rebo Band, The (Return of the Jedi)

Operaman (Saturday Night Live)

Otis Day & The Knights (Animal House)

Rutles, The (The Rutles)

School of Rock, The (The School of Rock)

Sex Bob-Omb (Scott Pilgrim Vs. The World)

Soggy Bottom Boys, The (O Brother, Where Art Thou?)

Stillwater (Almost Famous)

Winslow Leach (Phantom of the Paradise)

Wonders, The (That Thing You Do!)

The top ten vote getters will advance to the Final Round.

The Finalists will be announced on August 30, 2017.

Voting can be found here:

http://www.notinhalloffame.com/ficitious-rock-and-roll-voting/2018-round-2

 

We thank you for your support of this project and look for more like this from us at Notinhalloffame.com!

The Finalists for our Fictitious Rock and Roll Hall of Fame have been named

It is another big day for us at Notinhalloffame.com!

Last December, The Fictitious Rock and Roll Hall of Fame announced it’s third full class as voted by a one year long vote by the public.

That class comprised of Wyld Stallyns and Dr. Teeth and the Electric Mayhem. They joined previous inductees, Gorillaz, Tenacious D, Spinal Tap, The Blues Brothers and The Monkees.

Like in previous years, the opening round began with over 500 Fictional Musicians which has been reduced to 15 Fictional Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Finalists.


The 15 Fictitious Rock and Roll Hall Semi-Finalists are:

Alvin & the Chipmunks (Alvin & the Chipmunks)

Archies, The (The Archies)

Banana Splits (The Banana Splits)

Be-Sharps, The (The Simpsons)

Bleeding Gums Murphy (The Simpsons)

Dethklok (Metapcolypse)

Jem and the Holograms (Jem and the Holograms)

Josie & the Pussycats (The Archies & Josie & The Pussycats)

Marvin Berry & the Starlighters (Back to the Future)

Otis Day & The Knights (Animal House)

Rutles, The (The Rutles)

Soggy Bottom Boys, The (O Brother, Where Art Thou?)

Stillwater (Almost Famous)

Wonders, The (That Thing You Do!)

Voting will be up until late December where the two top vote getters will become the Class of 2018.

You can vote here: http://www.notinhalloffame.com/ficitious-rock-and-roll-voting/2018-final-round

You know what we want you to do!

Cast your vote and tell us who should be in the next Fictitious Rock and Roll Hall of Fame class!

As always we here at Notinhalloffame.com thank you for your support!

Our Fictitious Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Semi-Finalists are up! Time to Vote!

It is another big day for us at Notinhalloffame.com!

Our Fictitious Rock and Roll Hall of Fame has announced the Semi-Finalists based on a six-month open vote to the public.

The Semi-Finalists are:

Alice Bowie: Cheech and Chong: Up in Smoke.  

They would win a local battle of the bands and had a minor hit in the “real world” with “Earache My Eye”.

Bleeding Gums Murphy: The Simpsons. 

Murphy was a jazz icon in Springfield who once appeared on the Cosby Show as one of the many grandfathers of the Huxtable clan.  He passed away in the early 90’s.

Chris Gaines: Garth Brooks. 

Brooks created an alter-ego of Chris Gaines and would release an album in the 1990’s

Citizen Dick: Singles.  

A Seattle based grunge band that apparently had huge success in Belgium.  

Drive Shaft: Lost.  

A one-hit wonder with “You All Everybody”, the lead guitarist vanished along with many other people when their plane crashed in the middle of the Pacific Ocean.

Eddie and the Cruisers: Eddie and the Cruisers & Eddie and the Cruisers 2.  

The band was an up and coming bar band from New Jersey poised for greatness until the lead singer killed himself when record execs failed to understand the new material. Or did he fake his death?

Fingrin D’an and the Modal Nodes: Star Wars: A New Hope

This is the house band at the Mos Eisley Cantina that seems to know only two songs.

Hannah Montana: Hannah Montana

At one time Hannah Montana was the biggest star in the teen girl musical world but she lived a double life as a regular girl in California.

Hi-Fye: The Flintstones

Fred Flintstone became a teen idol for a hot second as a Buddy Holly knockoff.

Jackie Rogers Jr.: SCTV

An Albino lounge singer who was the son of Jackie Rogers Sr.

Jem and the Holograms: Jem and the Holograms

An all-girl pop band who were big in the 1980’s and had a secret as the lead singer owned the label…and a holographic computer.

Jesse and the Rippers: Full House

A bar band in the San Francisco area that is very kid friendly.  The lead singer has many nieces.

Lurleen Lumpkin: The Simpsons

A singer from the sticks of Springfield that would become one of the biggest country music stars in the U.S.

Max Frost and the Troopers: Wild in the Streets

Led by Max Frost, the anti-establishment group would become establishment when Frost became the President of the United States and put everyone over 30 in a concentration camp.

Miss Piggy: The Muppets

A diva in every sense of the word.

Mouse Rat: Parks and Recreation

A bar band that finds gigs regularly in Pawnee, Indiana.

Nick Rivers:Top Secret

A teen idol who becomes a spy and helps the French Resistance.

Otis Day in the Knights: National Lampoon’s Animal House

An R&B Band that is hired by the Delta Fraternity at Faber College.  They would later play the Dexter Lake Club.

Phoebe Buffay: Friends

A regular singer at Central Perk in New York City whose song, Smelly Cat would be made into a video.

Randy Watson: Coming to America

Along with his band Sexual Chocolate, they were fixtures at the Black Awareness rallies in Queens, New York.

Ricky Ricardo: I Love Lucy

A Cuban bandleader who played calypso at a club that he didn’t want his wife to attend.

Robbie Hart: The Wedding Singer

A small town wedding singer, Robbie Hart was more interested in pursuing a songwriting career. After a chance meeting with Billy Idol, it very well may have happened.

Scrantonicity: The Office

A Scranton based Police cover band.

Scum of the Earth: WKRP in Cincinnati

A hard rock band from England that played a sold-out concert in Cincinnati.  It was the first rock show promoted by WKRP after they changed to a Rock and Roll format.

Stillwater: Almost Famous

An up and coming band in the early 70’s that was featured prominently in Rolling Stone Magazine.

The Archies: The Archies

A comic book turned pretend band that had a number one hit, “Sugar Sugar” in the real world.

The Beets: Doug

A takeoff of the Beatles, the Beets appear often in the Nickelodeon show, Doug.

The Bugaloos: The Bugaloos

From the Sid and Marty Kroft universe, the Bugaloos came from the Tranquility Forest where the insect inspired group were the biggest band in the land.

The Commitments: The Commitments

A Dublin based band that set out to be the greatest soul group of all time.

The Dreams: Dreamgirls

A very Supremes like group who shot to stardom in the 1960’s.

The Max Rebo Band: Star Wars: Return of the Jedi 

The house band at Jabba’s Palace.

The Misfits: Jem and the Holograms

The rivals of Jem and the Holograms.  They aren’t just rivals, as the Misfits would do anything to rid the world of Jem.

The Partridge Family: The Partridge Family

A family of musicians that had two talents who seemed to carry the rest of the group (as they didn’t seem to know how to play their instruments.)

The Rutles: The Rutles: All You Need Is Cash

A parody of the Beatles, The Rutles were not just the biggest band in England but in the world.

The School of Rock: School of Rock

A teacher and his students would compete in their local battle of the bands.  

The Soggy Bottom Boys: O Brother, Where Art Thou?

Escaped convicts record a hit bluegrass album while on the run during depression era Mississippi.

Timmy and the Lords of the Underworld: South Park

From South Park, Colorado, Timmy and the Lords of the Underworld won a local Battle of the Bands so that they could open for Phil Collins.  As it would turn out, Collins would wind up opening for them.

Zack Attack: Saved by the Bell

Led by Zack Morris and his friends they would become famous for their songs about friendship. At least that is what Casey Kasem told us.

You can vote for who you think should be in the Finals here:

http://www.notinhalloffame.com/ficitious-rock-and-roll-voting/2019-round-2

The members of the Fictitious Rock and Roll Hall of Fame:

Alvin & The Chipmunks

Dr. Teeth and the Electric Mayhem

Gorillaz

Spinal Tap

Tenacious D

The Blues Brothers

The Monkees

The Wonders

As always, we here at Notinhalloffame.com thank you for your support!

We announce the Semi-Finalists for the Fictitious Rock and Roll Hall of Fame

One of our pet projects, the Fictitious Rock and Roll Hall of Fame is pleased to announce the Semi-Finalists for the Class of 2020, which will be the 6thfull class.  

The Semi-Finalists were decided by all of you, after being pared down from other 500 Preliminary Nominees.

Whoever gets inducted this year, will join previous inductees:

The Fictitious Rock and Roll Semi-Finalists are: Spinal Tap, The Monkees, The Blues Brothers, Gorillaz, Tenacious D, Dr. Teeth and the Electric Mayhem, Wyld Stallyns, Alvin and the Chipmunks, The Wonders, Bleeding Gums Murphy, Otis Day and the Nights and Stillwater.

This year’s Semi-Finalists are:

Alice Bowie (Cheech and Chong):  From the minds of Cheech Marin and Tommy Chong first appeared in the comedy duo’s first film. They have been a Semi-Finalist twice before.

Andy Bernard (The Office):  Bernard tried out for America’s Next Great A Capella Star, only to fail and become a viral YouTube star for his failure.  This is his first time as a Semi-Finalist.

Apollonia (Falcon Crest):  A surprise Semi-Finalist, Prince’s ex-girlfriend played a character with her same name.  In the 80s nighttime soap, Apollonia was a cocktail waitress turned singer.

Arthur Ewing and his Musical Mice (Monty Python):  Another surprise Semi-Finalist, the mice were hit by Ewing to illicit shrieks in musical form.  

Barry Jive and the Uptown Five (High Fidelity):  The Musical Moron Twins show off their snobbery of music in this cult classic.  This is another first-time Semi-Finalist.

Buckaroo Banzai and the Hong Kong Cavaliers (The Adventures of Buckaroo Banzai Across the Eighth Dimension):  What couldn’t these renaissance men do?   This is their third time reaching the Semi-Finals.

Conner4Real (PopStar: Never Stop Never Stopping):  Formerly of the Style Boyz, Conner4Real becomes a Semi-Finalist in his first year on the ballot.

Dewey Cox (Walk Hard: The Dewey Cox Story):  A former three-time Semi-Finalist, Cox resembled Johnny Cash.

Don Music (Sesame Street):  A first time Semi-Finalist, Don Music will never get it!  Never!

Ellen Aim (Streets of Fire):  Aim is yet another first-time Semi-Finalist, and while she is quite the singer, her kidnapping is the catalyst of the film.

Figrin D’An and the Modal Nodes (Star Wars):  The house band at the Mos Eisley Cantina was a finalist last year.  No band can bounce back after seeing a fatality better than this one.

Jem and the Holograms (Jem and the Holograms):  They played pop music and had a huge hologram machine. Enough said.  They were a finalist last year.

Jessica Rabbit (Who Framed Roger Rabbit?):  The wife of Roger Rabbit was as sultry as any drawing could be.  Rabbit was a semi-finalist last year.

Josie and the Pussycats (Josie and the Pussycats):  From Riverdale, they went to outer space and back again and are two-time Finalists.

Johnny Karate (Parks and Recreation):  The lead singer of MouseRat, Andy Dwyer had an alter-ego as Johnny Karate, a singer for children in the Pawnee, Indiana area. This is his first appearance as a Semi-Finalist.

Leather Tuscadero (Happy Days):  Do the Fonzie!  This is the first Semi-Finalist appearance for the Milwaukee based rocker from the late 1950s.

Marvin Berry and the Starlighters (Back to the Future):  This was the band that played at the Enchantment Under the Sea Dance in 1955.  Marty McFly played with them for one song.  They were a Finalist twice.

Nick Rivers (Top Secret!):  Rivers was a teen idol and a war spy.  This is quite the unique combination, right?  This is the second time for Rivers as a Semi-Finalist.

Phoebe Buffay (Friends):  Buffay is a one-time Finalist and a regular at Central Perk in New York City.  

Pink (The Wall):  Pink was one of the biggest rock stars in fictional rock history, and made it to the Semi-Finals for the first time.

Randy Watson (Coming to America):  With his band, Sexual Chocolate, he was a part of the Black Awareness Event in Queens, New York.  He is a former three-time Semi-Finalist.

Ricky Ricardo (I Love Lucy):  He never le Lucy make it to the club but he was a superstar Cuban bandleader.  Ricardo is also a one-time Finalist.

Robbie Hart (The Wedding Singer):  Hart was an aspiring singer/songwriter from Richfield. He was a Semi-Finalist once before.

Rod Torfulson’s Armada Featuring Herman Menderchuk (The Kids in the Hall):  We never saw this band get past the garage, but they become a Semi-Finalist for the first time.

Rowlf the Dog (The Muppets):  Could the piano playing dog join Dr. Teeth and the Electric Mayhem in the Hall?  Rowlf was a Finalist before.

Sex Bob-Omb (Scott Pilgrim VS The World:  Sex Bob-Omb is a two-time Finalist who competed in the Toronto International Battle of the Bands.  They are two-time Finalists.

Sing Street (Sing Street):  What do you do when you tell a girl you are in a band to impress her?  You create one to make it true.  This is a first time Semi-Finalist.

Steel Dragon (Rock Star):  Loosely based on Judas Priest, Steel Dragon changed lead singers when a superfan and cover singer takes over.  This is their first time as a Semi-Finalist.

Strange Fruit (Still Crazy):  First Time Semi-Finalist, Strange Fruit reunited in 1997, 20 years after lightning struck the stage during their set at the Wisbech Rock Festival.

The Archies (The Archies): In 1970, they had a number 1 hit in the “Real World” with “Sugar Sugar”.  They have been Finalists three times before.

The Banana Splits (The Banana Splits):  Half live action, half animation, but all cheese! The Banana Splits captured the imagination of kids in the late 60s, and they are two-time Finalists.

The Be Sharps (The Simpsons):  Former Grammy winners, the Be-Sharps were on top of the world for a brief period of time.  Comprised of Homer, Barney, Apu and Principal Skinner, they are three-time Finalists.

The Bugaloos (The Bugaloos):  From the Tranquility Forest, the Bugaloos were either a children’s show or an acid trip.  They are two-time Finalists.

The Commitments (The Commitments):  Dublin, Ireland produced one of the greatest soul groups ever, and they have been a Finalist once before.

The Folksmen (A Mighty Wind):  The Folksmen were a semi-successful folk group of the 1960s who reunited for a folk festival.  This is their first appearance in the Semi-Finals.

The Max Rebo Band (Return of the Jedi):  What do all evil Hutts need?  A house band!  Max Rebo and his crew are two-time Semi-Finalists.

The Rutles (All You Need is Cash):  Finalists on two other occasions, The Rutles remind of us another group called the Beatles.  In the fictional musical universe, there are few that have been as successful.

The Schmenge Brothers (SCTV & The Last Polka):  The polka playing brothers came from Leutonia to become successful musicians in North America.  This is the first time that they are Semi-Finalists.

The School of Rock (The School of Rock):  Dewey Finn pretended to be a substitute teacher and used his class as a band to perform at the Battle of the Bands.  How did he not get in more trouble?  This is their third time as a Semi-Finalist.

The Soggy Bottom Boys (O Brother Where Art Thou?):  From the 1930s, three convicts on the run cut a record demo that became a hit.  This is their fourth time as Semi-Finalists, and they were a Finalist twice.

Vince Everett (Jailhouse Rock):  Vince was in jail.  He sang a lot.  He is a second time Semi-Finalist.

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