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VH-1's 100 Greatest Rock & Roll Moments
* 100 - Sonny & Cher Comedy Hour - Sonny & Cher introduce their daughter Chastity to a national audience. * 99 - The Fresh Prince of Bel Air premieres - Will Smith is the first rap star to get his own series, based in part on his successful music videos. * 98 - Divas Live - A live VH1 concert special. Aretha Franklin brings down the house during the finale with Shania Twain, Celine Dion, Mariah Carey, Gloria Estefan and Carole King. * 97 - Pearl Jam perform on SNL the day after fellow Seattle grunge icon Kurt Cobain commits suicide; Eddie Vedder symbolically salutes his rival. * 96 - Hullabaloo premieres with Beatles manager Brian Epstein as guest host. * 95 - Jon Bon Jovi and Richie Sambora perform an acoustic version of 'Wanted Dead or Alive' at The VMA's which is the inspiration for MTV Unplugged. * 94 - The Grateful Dead perform on Playboy After Dark. * 93 - Simon and Garfunkel perform The Concert in the Park on HBO. 600,000 people attended. * 92 - Elvis: Aloha from Hawaii - 1 billion viewers tune-in. * 91 - The Carpenters special airs on ABC with an extremely thin Karen Carpenter. * 90 - Ricky Martin performs a showstopper on The Grammy Awards. * 89 - Miami Vice - Cop drama with slick music video imagery. Guest stars include Phil Collins, Ted Nugent, Glenn Frey, Leonard Cohen, Miles Davis and Sheena Easton. * 88 - Van Halen appear with David Lee Roth at The VMA's for the first time since their split years earlier. Within days Roth is kicked out of the band again. * 87 - Grace Slick, Crosby, Stills & Nash, Joni Mitchell and others fresh from Woodstock appear on The Dick Cavett Show. * 86 - Petula Clark and Harry Belafonte sing a duet on The Harry Belafonte Show. Their hand holding causes an uproar. * 85 - Friday Night Videos is launched by NBC. * 84 - U2 make their American TV debut on The Tom Snyder Show. * 83 - Solid Gold premieres - An 80's countdown series. Hosts include Dionne Warwick, Marilyn McCoo, Rex Smith and Andy Gibb. * 82 - Kiss is unmasked on MTV. * 81 - Milli Vanilli sing on The Arsenio Hall Show after their Best New Artist Grammy is revoked. * 80 - Woodstock '99 riots and looting. * 79 - Band Aid special airs on MTV documenting the recording of 'Do They Know It's Christmas?' * 78 - Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Induction on VH1 - Bruce Springsteen reunites with The E Street Band. * 77 - Johnny Cash makes his TV debut on The Jackie Gleason Show. Cash sings 'I Walk The Line'. * 76 - This Is Garth Brooks - a highly rated concert on NBC. * 75 - Welcome Home Elvis airs on ABC welcoming Elvis back from the army. Hosted by Frank Sinatra, it features Frank and The King singing together. * 74 - Aretha Franklin sings the aria 'Nesson Durma' on The Grammys. She is a last minute replacement for Luciano Pavarotti. Aretha was given just eight minutes of rehearsal time. * 73 - The Midnight Special - premieres shortly after ABC IN CONCERT. Helen Reddy is a regular guest host; Wolfman Jack is the announcer. * 72 - Eric Clapton performs 'Tears in Heaven' on MTV Unplugged ten months after the death of his son. * 71 - Willie Nelson and his pals launch FARM AID. * 70 - Buddy Holly performs 'Peggy Sue' on American Bandstand. It is his last TV appearance. * 69 - Madonna offends America swearing repeatedly on Late Night with David Letterman. * 68 - Bono gives a lifetime tribute to Frank Sinatra on The Grammy Awards. Controversy follows when Sinatra is cut off while giving his speech. * 67 - The Smothers Brothers' Comedy Hour premieres on CBS. The series is constantly at odds with network censors who object to the show's socially conscious acts, such as the blacklisted Pete Seeger. * 66 - Sun City protests and video. * 65 - The Nat King Cole Show premieres. One of the first black performers to host a variety show. * 64 - The Supremes meet The Temptations on Broadway -- an NBC special. It's The Supremes only televised concert of the decade. * 63 - Michael Jackson's Pepsi Commercial - Pyrotechnic mishap causes Jackson's hair to ignite and sends him to the hospital with severe burns. * 62 - SNL's Wayne's World sketch debuts, an homage to heavy metal headbangers. Madonna guest stars on SNL's Wayne's World. * 61 - ABC airs The Beatles Anthology, an epic six hour documentary which debuts two new songs 'Free As A Bird' and 'Real Love'. * 60 - Roseanne sings The National Anthem and grabs her crotch before San Diego Padres and Cincinnati Reds double header. * 59 - Whitney Houston sings The National Anthem at Superbowl XXV during the Gulf War. The version is released as a single and becomes Arista's highest selling single. * 58 - Marvin Gaye sings The National Anthem at the NBA All-star game at the Forum in Inglewood, California. * 57 - Don Kirshner's Rock Concerty - The rock concert is packaged by Kirshner, the man behind The Archies and The Monkees. * 56 - Bette Midler performs on the second to last episode of Johnny Carson's Tonight Show. * 55 - The Blues Brothers are introduced on SNL. * 54 - Jethro Tull wins Best Hard Rock/Metal Performance Grammy - beating out Metallica and AC/DC. * 53 - All You Need Is Cash is broadcast on NBC, the first made-for-television mockumentary. The film satirizes the complete career of The Beatles. * 52 - Dance Fever premieres - Disco dancing competition hosted by Deney Terrio, Saturday Night Fever's choreographer. * 51 - Prince appears at the AMA's with 'Slave' printed on his face protesting Warner Bros. recording contract. During a group performance of 'We Are The World' he stands silently sucking a lollipop. * 50 - Jerry Lee Lewis performs 'Whole Lotta Shakin'' on The Steve Allen Show amid controversy surrounding the song's lyrics. The Steve Allen Show - Allen makes Elvis sing 'Hound Dog' to an actual hound dog. * 49 - Bo Diddley on The Ed Sullivan Show - one of the first black guests on The Ed Sullivan Show. * 48 - Bruce Springsteen is the surprise final music guest as Late Night with David Letterman leaves NBC after thirteen years. * 47 - Michael Jackson's 'Black & White' video premieres simultaneously on 3 networks: FOX, MTV, BET. The video is withdrawn and re-edited after its first showing, amid controversy over violent content. * 46 - Bob Marley and the Wailers are the first reggae group to perform on network television, on the CBS premiere of The Manhattan Transfer, an evening musical variety series. * 45 - Schoolhouse Rock debuts with 'Multiplication Rock' on ABC's Saturday morning schedule. * 44 - Madonna's Pepsi commercial airs only once due to the controversial scene where she kisses a black saint. * 43 - David Bowie sings with Bing Crosby on Bing Crosby's Merrie Olde Christmas. The two sing 'Little Drummer Boy' together. This is Bing's last performance, he dies a month later. * 42 - Diana in Central Park - A Diana Ross concert airs on Showtime. * 41 - Sonny and Cher reunite for the last time on Late Night with David Letterman. Cher eulogizes Sonny Bono. It airs live in its entirety on CNN. * 40 - Michael Jackson and Lisa Marie Presley appear on Primetime Live with Diane Sawyer where they discuss their sex life. Jackson's teary statement to the press after he was accused of child molestation is carried live on network and cable TV. * 39 - Ricky Nelson performs for the first time on his family's sitcom The Ozzie and Harriet Show. He sings Fats Domino's 'I'm Walkin''. * 38 - The Partridge Family premieres on ABC - David Cassidy immediately becomes a teen singing sensation. * 37 - The Johnny Cash Show, On Campus episode - Neil Young performs 'Needle And The Damage Done' and Cash debuts the single 'Man In Black'. * 36 - The Beatles at Shea Stadium airs on ABC. * 35 - Jimi Hendrix on Lulu Show - Hendrix cuts short his performance of 'Hey Joe' to play Cream's 'White Room'. * 34 - Sinead O'Connor rips up the Pope's photo on SNL. * 33 - Janis Joplin performs on The Dick Cavett Show right before Woodstock. * 32 - Lorne Michaels offers The Beatles $3,000 to reunite on SNL. Weeks later, George Harrison appears on-air to accept the check. * 31 - The Simpsons - Cutting edge bands are animated in the series including Sonic Youth, The Smashing Pumpkins and others in the 'Homerpalooza' episode. * 30 - Bill Clinton plays the saxophone on The Arsenio Hall Show. * 29 - Marvin Gaye performs 'Sexual Healing' on THE GRAMMY AWARDS. * 28 - The Johnny Cash Show premieres - Bob Dylan's first network television performance. * 27 - Madonna's premiere of 'Justify My Love' video - MTV bans the racy video filmed at the Royal Monceau Hotel in Paris. Madonna later defends the video on Nightline. * 26 - The Sex Pistols anger Bill Grundy on British Thames Television's Today Show. Grundy ends up swearing on live television and is disciplined. * 25 - Shindig premieres with The Rolling Stones, The Kinks, The Byrds and The Everly Brothers. * 24 - The Jackson Five, led by brother Michael, make their national TV debut on Hollywood Palace. Diana Ross is the host and The Jackson Five sing 'I Want You Back'. * 23 - The Beatles perform 'All You Need Is Love'. It is the first global television link-up. * 22 - The Rolling Stones on The Ed Sullivan Show - the band changes the lyrics of 'Let's Spend the Night Together' to 'Let's Spend Some Time Together' to be less suggestive. * 21 - Soul Train debuts - It is the first black produced television series syndicated nationwide. * 20 - After Martin Luther King's assassination, James Brown appears live on National TV from the Boston Garden (where he's performing). Brown appeals to rioters to exercise restraint. * 19 - 'We Are The World' is taped as an HBO special and MTV video immediately after the American Music Awards. * 18 - Nirvana's 'Smells Like Teen Spirit' video debuts on MTV. The video ushers in alternative rock as a commercial and pop culture force. Nirvana perform their last TV appearance on MTV Unplugged. * 17 - While Bob Dylan performs on The Grammy Awards, a dancer with 'Soy Bomb' written on his chest crashes Dylan's performance. * 16 - The Doors rebel against CBS censors on The Ed Sullivan Show by singing the line 'girl we couldn't get much higher' when specifically asked not to. * 15 - The T.A.M.I. Show - an amazing high energy concert originally produced for ABC, (later released theatrically). Diverse line up included The Beach Boys, Rolling Stones, Chuck Berry and James Brown. * 14 - John Lennon and Yoko Ono co-host a week of The Mike Douglas Show. * 13 - The Monkees TV series premieres - later musical guests included Frank Zappa and Tim Buckley. * 12 - Elton John performs his remake of 'Candle in the Wind' at Princess Diana's funeral. * 11 - Michael Jackson's 'Thriller' video world premieres on MTV. It is the first video ever to be scheduled at a specific time and date. * 10 - The Who perform on The Smothers Brothers - Keith Moon sets twice as much flash powder in the drums. The resulting explosion singes Pete Townshend's hair and cuts Moon's leg. The explosion has since been blamed for Townshend's hearing loss. * 9 - Elvis is shot from the waist up on The Ed Sullivan Show. * 8 - The MTV Video Music Awards launch; Madonna rolls on stage singing 'Like A Virgin'. * 7 - ABC and MTV air Live Aid - Queen is highlight of show. * 6 - American Bandstand premieres - Seminal rock music series hosted by Dick Clark. * 5 - Motown 25 - an Emmy-award winning special on NBC. Diana Ross reunites with Supremes. Michael Jackson moonwalks for the first time. * 4 - Saturday Night Live premieres - Weekly live rock performances by every established and breaking musical performers of the past 25 years. * 3 - MTV launches - The Buggles' 'Video Killed the Radio Star' is the first video played. * 2 - Elvis stages his famous comeback special called ELVIS on NBC. * 1 - The Beatles perform on The Ed Sullivan Show - first televised U.S. live performance. An estimated 73 million viewers tune-in.
This Category is Ranked. Sort by Ranking Based on Votes by clicking on Vote Ranking. Sort by the Collection's Ranking by clicking on List Ranking.
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Ranking
List
Ranking
  
110
1
Musicians
46.70% (205 of 439 votes)
220
1
TV Series
31.03% (9 of 29 votes)
146
2
Vocalist
45.65% (147 of 322 votes)
174
2
TV Network
44.73% (229 of 512 votes)
16
3
TV Network
68.19% (3983 of 5841 votes)
31
3
Musicians
60.0% (9 of 15 votes)
194
4
TV Series
44.23% (69 of 156 votes)
83
5
Vocalist
47.02% (158 of 336 votes)
127
5
Vocalist
46.39% (77 of 166 votes)
177
5
TV Network
44.73% (229 of 512 votes)
237
5
Vocalists
18.52% (5 of 27 votes)
70
6
TV Personality
48.15% (26 of 54 votes)
223
6
TV Series
30.0% (6 of 20 votes)
10
7
TV Network
68.19% (3983 of 5841 votes)
99
7
TV Network
46.73% (193 of 413 votes)
131
7
Musicians
46.13% (137 of 297 votes)
209
7
Event
40.0% (4 of 10 votes)
19
8
TV Network
68.19% (3983 of 5841 votes)
118
8
Vocalist
46.67% (483 of 1035 votes)
147
9
Vocalist
45.65% (147 of 322 votes)
219
9
TV Series
31.03% (9 of 29 votes)
67
10
Musician
48.24% (246 of 510 votes)
160
10
Musician
45.19% (61 of 135 votes)
161
10
Musicians
45.18% (103 of 228 votes)
11
11
TV Network
68.19% (3983 of 5841 votes)
84
11
Vocalist
47.02% (158 of 336 votes)
130
12
Royalty
46.15% (66 of 143 votes)
169
12
Musician
44.97% (85 of 189 votes)
8
13
Vocalist
75.00% (9 of 12 votes)
185
13
Musicians
44.55% (45 of 101 votes)
186
13
Vocalist
44.44% (60 of 135 votes)
22
14
Performance Artist
65.91% (29 of 44 votes)
34
14
Vocalist
56.47% (48 of 85 votes)
60
14
TV Personality
50.0% (6 of 12 votes)
93
15
Musicians
46.86% (82 of 175 votes)
103
15
TV Network
46.73% (193 of 413 votes)
167
15
Vocalist
45.06% (114 of 253 votes)
203
15
Vocalist
43.12% (69 of 160 votes)
227
15
Musicians
25.64% (10 of 39 votes)
41
16
Musicians
52.53% (218 of 415 votes)
136
16
TV Network
46.05% (297 of 645 votes)
221
16
TV Series
31.03% (9 of 29 votes)
6
17
Performance Artist
81.82% (9 of 11 votes)
56
17
Vocalist
50.33% (154 of 306 votes)
14
18
TV Network
68.19% (3983 of 5841 votes)
124
18
Musicians
46.41% (71 of 153 votes)
12
19
TV Network
68.19% (3983 of 5841 votes)
58
19
Vocalists
50.0% (5 of 10 votes)
187
19
TV Network
44.44% (36 of 81 votes)
179
20
Advocate
44.71% (604 of 1351 votes)
204
20
Vocalist
43.12% (69 of 160 votes)
37
21
TV Series
54.55% (12 of 22 votes)
92
22
Musicians
46.86% (82 of 175 votes)
218
22
TV Series
31.03% (9 of 29 votes)
109
23
Musicians
46.70% (205 of 439 votes)
81
24
Vocalist
47.02% (158 of 336 votes)
125
24
Vocalist
46.39% (77 of 166 votes)
214
24
Vocalists
37.50% (6 of 16 votes)
91
25
Musicians
46.86% (82 of 175 votes)
98
25
Musicians
46.75% (79 of 169 votes)
123
25
Vocalists
46.48% (33 of 71 votes)
230
25
Musicians
23.68% (9 of 38 votes)
9
26
TV Personality
75.00% (9 of 12 votes)
202
26
Musicians
43.22% (102 of 236 votes)
18
27
TV Network
68.19% (3983 of 5841 votes)
115
27
Vocalist
46.67% (483 of 1035 votes)
155
27
TV Series
45.45% (5 of 11 votes)
239
27
Location
12.82% (5 of 39 votes)
57
28
Vocalist
50.33% (154 of 306 votes)
207
28
Vocalist
42.28% (564 of 1334 votes)
141
29
Vocalist
45.92% (45 of 98 votes)
61
30
U.S. President
49.83% (2027 of 4068 votes)
137
30
Comedian
46.00% (69 of 150 votes)
54
31
Musician
50.60% (42 of 83 votes)
87
31
Musicians
46.96% (54 of 115 votes)
140
31
TV Series
45.93% (62 of 135 votes)
40
32
TV Executive
52.73% (29 of 55 votes)
112
32
Musicians
46.70% (205 of 439 votes)
231
32
Musician
22.94% (1081 of 4713 votes)
43
33
TV Personality
52.17% (48 of 92 votes)
96
33
Vocalist
46.77% (58 of 124 votes)
211
33
TV Series
38.46% (10 of 26 votes)
39
34
Religious Figure
52.76% (67 of 127 votes)
195
34
TV Series
44.23% (69 of 156 votes)
201
34
Vocalist
43.69% (142 of 325 votes)
145
35
Musician
45.70% (186 of 407 votes)
162
35
Actress
45.16% (28 of 62 votes)
100
36
TV Network
46.73% (193 of 413 votes)
106
36
Musicians
46.70% (205 of 439 votes)
48
37
Vocalist
51.47% (35 of 68 votes)
205
37
Vocalist
42.28% (564 of 1334 votes)
101
38
TV Network
46.73% (193 of 413 votes)
212
38
TV Series
38.46% (5 of 13 votes)
228
38
Vocalist
25.00% (7 of 28 votes)
232
39
Vocalist
22.73% (5 of 22 votes)
82
40
Vocalist
47.02% (158 of 336 votes)
139
40
Commentator
45.95% (68 of 148 votes)
144
40
Vocalist
45.83% (44 of 96 votes)
23
41
TV Network
65.76% (1903 of 2894 votes)
69
41
Vocalist
48.23% (177 of 367 votes)
165
41
TV Series
45.10% (46 of 102 votes)
182
41
Comedian
44.66% (113 of 253 votes)
198
41
Vocalist
43.82% (39 of 89 votes)
4
42
TV Network
85.71% (6 of 7 votes)
126
42
Vocalist
46.39% (77 of 166 votes)
132
43
Vocalist
46.09% (106 of 230 votes)
225
43
Vocalist
28.57% (8 of 28 votes)
116
44
Vocalist
46.67% (483 of 1035 votes)
234
44
Actor
21.43% (3 of 14 votes)
102
45
TV Network
46.73% (193 of 413 votes)
24
46
Vocalists
64.71% (11 of 17 votes)
135
46
TV Network
46.05% (297 of 645 votes)
166
46
Vocalist
45.06% (73 of 162 votes)
1
47
TV Network
100% (19 of 19 votes)
17
47
TV Network
68.19% (3983 of 5841 votes)
44
47
TV Network
52.17% (252 of 483 votes)
85
47
Vocalist
47.02% (158 of 336 votes)
153
48
Vocalist
45.54% (51 of 112 votes)
164
48
TV Series
45.10% (46 of 102 votes)
175
48
TV Network
44.73% (229 of 512 votes)
32
49
Musician
60.0% (6 of 10 votes)
222
49
TV Series
31.03% (9 of 29 votes)
26
50
Comedian
63.78% (162 of 254 votes)
73
50
Vocalist
47.62% (10 of 21 votes)
148
50
Vocalist
45.65% (147 of 322 votes)
55
51
Vocalist
50.37% (68 of 135 votes)
3
52
TV Series
88.89% (8 of 9 votes)
21
52
Choreographer
66.67% (4 of 6 votes)
38
53
Musicians
53.33% (8 of 15 votes)
108
53
Musicians
46.70% (205 of 439 votes)
173
53
TV Network
44.73% (229 of 512 votes)
47
54
Musicians
51.77% (73 of 141 votes)
143
54
Musicians
45.88% (89 of 194 votes)
215
54
Musicians
36.60% (608 of 1661 votes)
105
55
Comedian
46.72% (64 of 137 votes)
157
55
Vocalists
45.45% (5 of 11 votes)
170
55
Comedian
44.94% (40 of 89 votes)
191
55
TV Series
44.23% (69 of 156 votes)
52
56
Vocalist
51.14% (90 of 176 votes)
196
56
Comedian
43.96% (142 of 323 votes)
5
57
Musicians
83.33% (10 of 12 votes)
33
57
Promoter
57.14% (4 of 7 votes)
184
57
Musicians
44.55% (45 of 101 votes)
142
58
Vocalist
45.92% (45 of 98 votes)
158
59
Vocalist
45.32% (63 of 139 votes)
2
60
Sports Team
100% (7 of 7 votes)
65
60
Comedienne
48.82% (165 of 338 votes)
240
60
Sports Team
12.50% (5 of 40 votes)
104
61
TV Network
46.73% (193 of 413 votes)
107
61
Musicians
46.70% (205 of 439 votes)
114
62
Vocalist
46.67% (483 of 1035 votes)
128
62
Comedian
46.36% (51 of 110 votes)
172
62
Comedian
44.86% (48 of 107 votes)
192
62
TV Series
44.23% (69 of 156 votes)
86
63
Vocalist
47.02% (158 of 336 votes)
90
64
Musicians
46.88% (30 of 64 votes)
176
64
TV Network
44.73% (229 of 512 votes)
236
64
Vocalists
18.52% (5 of 27 votes)
53
65
Vocalist
50.84% (363 of 714 votes)
35
67
Vocalist
55.56% (5 of 9 votes)
134
67
TV Network
46.05% (297 of 645 votes)
29
68
Vocalist
60.71% (68 of 112 votes)
45
68
Vocalist
52.14% (61 of 117 votes)
117
69
Vocalist
46.67% (483 of 1035 votes)
163
69
TV Series
45.10% (46 of 102 votes)
183
69
Comedian
44.66% (113 of 253 votes)
80
70
Musician
47.06% (40 of 85 votes)
224
70
TV Series
30.0% (6 of 20 votes)
63
71
Vocalist
49.44% (89 of 180 votes)
15
72
TV Network
68.19% (3983 of 5841 votes)
89
72
Musician
46.88% (75 of 160 votes)
217
73
Vocalist
31.25% (5 of 16 votes)
238
73
Radio Personality
14.71% (5 of 34 votes)
50
74
Vocalist
51.46% (53 of 103 votes)
190
74
Vocalist
44.29% (31 of 70 votes)
30
75
Vocalist
60.71% (68 of 112 votes)
149
75
Vocalist
45.65% (147 of 322 votes)
120
76
Vocalist
46.58% (34 of 73 votes)
7
77
TV Series
77.78% (14 of 18 votes)
97
77
Comedian
46.77% (29 of 62 votes)
206
77
Vocalist
42.28% (564 of 1334 votes)
133
78
Musicians
46.07% (41 of 89 votes)
154
78
Vocalist
45.54% (51 of 112 votes)
226
78
TV Network
27.50% (11 of 40 votes)
213
80
Location
37.50% (3 of 8 votes)
77
81
Musicians
47.34% (89 of 188 votes)
138
81
Comedian
46.00% (69 of 150 votes)
13
82
TV Network
68.19% (3983 of 5841 votes)
95
82
Musicians
46.81% (44 of 94 votes)
75
83
Vocalist
47.37% (9 of 19 votes)
94
83
Vocalist
46.81% (44 of 94 votes)
208
83
TV Series
42.11% (8 of 19 votes)
88
84
Musicians
46.94% (46 of 98 votes)
151
84
TV Personality
45.61% (52 of 114 votes)
178
85
TV Network
44.73% (229 of 512 votes)
200
86
Vocalist
43.75% (7 of 16 votes)
235
86
Vocalist
20.0% (5 of 25 votes)
42
87
TV Personality
52.17% (48 of 92 votes)
78
87
Vocalist
47.22% (51 of 108 votes)
121
87
Musicians
46.53% (47 of 101 votes)
180
87
Vocalists
44.69% (80 of 179 votes)
210
87
TV Series
38.46% (10 of 26 votes)
74
88
Musicians
47.60% (109 of 229 votes)
159
88
Vocalist
45.24% (38 of 84 votes)
36
89
Vocalist
55.29% (188 of 340 votes)
51
89
Vocalist
51.33% (77 of 150 votes)
66
89
Vocalist
48.42% (353 of 729 votes)
152
89
Vocalist
45.57% (72 of 158 votes)
189
89
Vocalist
44.35% (51 of 115 votes)
229
89
Musician
25.00% (7 of 28 votes)
233
89
TV Series
22.50% (9 of 40 votes)
28
90
Vocalist
60.71% (17 of 28 votes)
46
91
Musicians
51.95% (40 of 77 votes)
76
91
Vocalist
47.37% (45 of 95 votes)
150
92
Vocalist
45.65% (147 of 322 votes)
171
92
State
44.91% (97 of 216 votes)
64
93
Musicians
49.37% (39 of 79 votes)
188
93
TV Network
44.44% (36 of 81 votes)
71
94
Musicians
48.08% (200 of 416 votes)
216
94
TV Series
36.36% (4 of 11 votes)
27
95
Musician
61.54% (8 of 13 votes)
168
95
Vocalist
45.05% (50 of 111 votes)
25
96
Music Producer
64.71% (11 of 17 votes)
111
96
Musicians
46.70% (205 of 439 votes)
62
97
Musician
49.79% (120 of 241 votes)
119
97
Musicians
46.59% (41 of 88 votes)
156
97
Musician
45.45% (45 of 99 votes)
193
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51.46% (53 of 103 votes)
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50.0% (32 of 64 votes)
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47.22% (34 of 72 votes)
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48.23% (177 of 367 votes)
181
100
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44.68% (42 of 94 votes)
199
100
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43.82% (39 of 89 votes)
 
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