Rock 'n' Roll Hall of Fame - 1986

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Can you name the people/bands inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1986?

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PerformerWith hits like 'Johnny B. Goode' and 'Maybellene', this man is commonly considered to be the father of rock and roll. Still duckwalkin' til this day at the gentle age of 84.
PerformerNicknamed 'The Godfather of Soul', and 'The Hardest Working Man in Show Business', this man revolutionized funk and soul with hits like 'I Got You (I Feel Good)' and 'Sex Machine'. Died in 2006.
Performer'The Genius', combined gospel, blues and soul into a magnificent career, with hits such as 'Georgia on My Mind' and 'What'd I Say'. Passed away in 2004.
PerformerConsidered by many to be the definitive soul singer, this man had hits like 'A Change is Gonna Come' and 'Wonderful World'. Shot to death in 1964.
PerformerNew Orleans rock and roller, mostly known for hits such as 'Ain't That a Shame' and 'Blueberry Hill'. Still lives on at the age of 82, despite a run in with Hurricane Katrina.
PerformerPhil and Don, known for songs like 'Wake Up Little Susie', and 'Bye Bye Love'. Combined country and bluegrass into richly harmonized rock and roll. Both still live on.
Non-PerformerDisc Jockey widely credited with coining the term rock and roll, to describe up tempo black R&B records that he widely played in the 50's. Called himself 'The Moondog'. Died a broken man from the music industy in 1965.
Lifetime AchievementLegendary talent scout who discovered and helped launch careers such as Bob Dylan, Aretha Franklin, Billie Holliday, Count Basie, and Bruce Springsteen. Died in 1987 after a series of strokes.
PerformerPlayed for only 2 short years, making songs such as 'Peggy Sue' and 'That'll be the Day'. Died in a tragic plane crash in 1959, considered 'the day the music died'.
Early InfluenceDebatably the most influential blues musician of all time. His landmark recordings from 1936–1937 display a remarkable combination of singing, guitar skills, and songwriting talent that have influenced generations of musicians. Died in 1938 at age 27.
PerformerThe wild man of rock and roll. One of the greatest pianists of the 50's, composing songs such as 'Great Balls of Fire' and 'Whole Lotta Shakin' Goin' On'. Married his 13 year old cousin in 1957, but his legacy as well as him live on.
PerformerSelf proclaimed 'Architect of Rock and Roll', Blew the lid off the Fifties, laying the foundation for rock and roll with songs like 'Tutti Frutti' and 'Good Golly Miss Molly' and his charismatic persona.
Non-PerformerHis Sun Records label was an early home to talents such as Carl Perkins, Roy Orbison, Johnny Cash and Howlin' Wolf. Died in 2003.
PerformerThe undisputed 'King of Rock and Roll'. A cultural icon who revolutionized pop culture and music with his persona, and songs such as 'Hound Dog' and 'Jailhouse Rock'. Died in 1977, or did he?
Early InfluenceThe first figure inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame and is fondly referred to as the “Father of Country Music.” His combination of blues and hillbilly styles made him a true forebear of rock and roll.
Early InfluenceThe progenitor of boogie-woogie piano, a style that eventually became a recognizable element of uptempo blues and early rock and roll. A self-taught pianist, singer and dancer, he performed in a style characterized by rolling, rhythmic lines from his left hand played off against percussive accents from the right hand.

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