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America's Pop Music Hall of Fame

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Members of the committee include:

Mayor David Rhome

Terry Hazlett

State Rep. Brandon Neuman

John Bevic, Borough Council President

Patrick Derrico, Esq.

Patricia Maurer

Mike Roman

Nadeen Steffey

America’s Pop Music Hall of Fame

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    where is HOF to be located? I am former peters twp resident, born in canonsburg, raised in peters twp. married to a canon-mcmillan graduate (from 1964).

  2. Nancy Jule Johnston

    OMG!!! I love it! Where will this be located. I am the youngest (69) Donaldson kid from Donaldson’s Crossroads.Graduated from Peters’s Twp High.Dated boys from Canonsburg and have kept in touch with lots of friends in Canonsburg. I have two classic Corvettes(1962) and really love classic car shows and Do-Wop sounds. This is exactly what “Gun Town” needs. What a great idea,Please keep me on your e-mail list with updates.

    • Our temporary home will be right downtown while we raise the funds for a much larger facility! The permanent spot will also be located in Canonsburg. Thank you Nancy!!

      • Elvis on shuffle mode is my way to liniestng to Elvis’ music most of the time.I use to put everything on my cellphone, studio masters, alternates, live versions, home recordings, rehearsals, even audience recordings and then I play them on random order. I like it that way, as songs I haven’t listened in a looooooong time appear and they sound so fresh and new to me, even if sometimes it isn’t Elvis’ best material last time I found myself singing Smorgasboard walking on my way home at 4am :D

      • I would love to talk to you. I am running the Monkees Convention 2014 and perhaps we can help you guys raise some money if it works out with the Monkees. Lets talk. If you can email me so we can get in touch perhaps we can discuss this at length. Would be cool if they are rightfully inducted and it can be presented in front of the thousands of fans we have coming.

  3. We would love to see a Teen Idol Section. Please consider Bobby Sherman. Many itmes can donate to museum if need be.

    Bobby Sherman Fan Club

  4. Margy

    Elvis all the way!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  5. Rhonda Bridges

    I attempted to vote for Elvis Presley for America’s Pop Music Hall of Fame but was unable to do so. I did vote for Johnny Cash but, when I hit the next button, a pop up appeared and I had to cancel it out to get rid of it. When I attempted to go back to the page, I was unable to do so because it said that I had already voted. I am most unhappy!

  6. Tommie Macon

    You mentioned the date of the induction but not the place, where will it be held. And how many times can you vote? Just want to add that Johnny Mathis has been around for a long time and should get some recognition for his work.

    • The induction will take place here in Canonsburg, PA in July of 2013. Exact detail will be announced after the first of the year. You may vote only once but for up to 5 artists.

  7. Kevin Deevey

    Ladies and Gentlemen,

    I cannot vote on your page selecting the artists – please fix. (I was able to vote for my song choices, though.) You have a wonderful idea here, which time has been long in coming, and I commend you for it.

    Thanks for fixing the website in advance, and I am looking forward to voting!

  8. Kevin Deevey

    P.S. While I’m at it, why aren’t Bing Crosby, Al Jolson, Judy Garland, and Michael Jackson (as well as The Jackson 5) on the list?

  9. Priscilla


  10. Barbara Bondy

    I am also having trouble voting for the inductee but I was able to vote for the song choices. Very hard decision to pick just 5. Too many excellent choices. Didn’t see any Ricky Nelson songs.

    • we were having technical difficulties, just fixed, please try again after refreshing your page. thank you for participating!

      • Lately I’m all about specific crtogeaies: this summer I completed each and every soundtrack, made a 70 s cd AND an Essential 70 s cd. Elvis ’60 s, Elvis Late ’60 s, Elvis ’50 s, Gospel Elvis, Rockin’ Elvis, Ballad Elvis and one I’m excited about: Cool Elvis: a collection of songs you’d play for someone who listens to current music to get them to realize how cool his music is ( Promised Land , Too Much , Power of My Love , etc) One of the many cool things about King: so much great music for so many moods. And, for cleaning the house, shuffle’s always good just see what comes up.

  11. dwade

    I don’t know how to vote, but I’d vote for Pat Boone. He is a humble, overlooked performer. He did a lot back in his days. He should be remembered and honored just like Elvis, Ricky Nelson, the Beatles and any of the others. He even had a daughter Debby that was famous back in the 70′s. I vote for Pat Boone

    • at the top of the web page, click on the “top 40″ nominees page, you’ll see the “vote” button, that’s where you start! thank you for participating!

  12. Sari


  13. Linda

    Am tired of typing in trying to vote only to have to repeat first screen. Get a new webmaster!

  14. Linda Kerr Bassett

    I wanted to vote for the Mr. Johnny Mathis, but couldn’t figure out where?

    I have been a long time fan of Johnny Mathis, when I received an LP from my sister some 55 yrs ago.. Open Fire and Two Guitars… can’t name just one favorite of mine as they all are… but I especially love, 99 Miles from LA, gives me goosebumps every time I hear it…

  15. Jeanne Uszenski

    Hi- I have been trying to vote and cannot get past the first screen where I put my name (First & Last) and email address. I get bounced back to the same screen asking for my email then when i put that in it asks for my names,….
    Please let me know if I am doing something wrong that prohibits me from voting. Thank You

    • try to refresh your screen or open a new browser. i’ve found internet explorer will work better than google chrome. thanks!

    • On one of the Vegas shows from years later, Elvis says something to the ecefft of It gets awful dry here in Las Vegas and a lot of singers develop what they call Vegas Throat.’ Of course, I was never a singer, so I don’t have that problem. He must’ve been thinking about this guy! (Or sadly, tons of other interviews from this time.)

    • I can’t believe that rrtpeoer would say something like that to him! What a jerk! Great comeback by Elvis! He was very good in interviews! Reminds me of MSG, very quick witted, and great humor, even when they tried to knock him. Always the King! TCB!!

  16. Sharon McCoy

    BOBBY DARIN!! I consider him the best all round entertainer and at 65 still listen to him daily! He defied classification rather choosing to use his talent to the max in many directions leaving us with a treasure trove of his brillant work! He was an absolute genius and my vote is for him! However, as yet I am having problems with voting but will keep trying! A wonderful idea!

  17. Ruth Donaldson

    October 9th was the last time I voted for a song by a featured Hall of Fame nominee. Have I missed anyone? Love being involved with this exciting venture. Thanks

  18. what an awesome thing to build for this area!! i have a suggestion? will you bild this in downtown pittsburgh & if not then are you going to build an one of kind furturistic looking build that could be made to look like a musical instrument,like a guitar or something far better then the rock hall of fame building & locate it near south pointe or right by the meadows casino

  19. Michael Glynn

    Patti Page is the top female singer between 1946 & 1975. She had more hits on the Billboard Charts (110 in Top 100) for a longer period of time than any other. Her hit “Tennessee Waltz” sold more than 10,0000,000 copies. That many people can’t be wrong. My vote is always for Patti.

  20. Billie LeDune

    Everly Brothers….DONPHILDONPHILDONPHILDONPHIL, oh I could just go on forever ! It’s Don and Phil !!!!

  21. Do you have to take the survey to vote? I voted and then the survey came up.

  22. Joe

    As usual these Hall of Fame nominations and inductions are debatable…however…how could Bing Crosby not have been in the first induction class…He influenced Sinatra, Perry Como and to some extent Nat King Cole from your first class and from your 2014 nominees had influenced Dean and Andy Williams…not too mention being the leading singer in the US in the 1930′s and 40′s while still selling well through the 50′s, 60′s and 70′s….Without Bing, there is no Sinatra, Como, et al..

  23. Oruku Saki

    in order, how about nominating Tommy James and the Shondells, the Turtles, The Association, or Grass Roots? Any of those groups deserve to be in your hall of fame! Tommy James for instance has sold over 100 million records. And the classic songs by the other groups. Wow. There are others as well like Lovin’ Spoonful. Lets do it. Thank you!!

  24. Terry

    I just heard about this organization on the Sirius Sixties on Six Station. I know that none of my favorite pop groups will never be in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, so I’m very excited to learn more about your organization and would love to be a part of it. I can’t wait until you are up and running! Hope I can help make this a reality!

  25. If you have a “non-performer” category…one person, above all others, should be an automatic induction…Sid Bernstein!

    What do you think?

  26. Ruth Donaldson

    Just saw on Facebook that Johnny Mathis was presented with American Pop Music Hall of Fame award in Wheeling, W.VA last night. Is there any more information on this? Congratulations to John and thank you.

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