Readers' Poll: 10 Acts That Should Enter the Hall of Fame in 2016

See what group managed to top Yes, Electric Light Orchestra, the Smiths and Cheap Trick

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7. Little Feat

When Phish fans walked into Atlantic City's Boardwalk Hall on Halloween in 2010 and found out they were going to play Little Feat's 1978 LP Waiting for Columbus, many of them had a single question: "Who the fuck are Little Feat?" The answer, of course, is a wildly talented 1970s California-based band that fused blues rock with R&B, soul and funk. They split in 1979 when frontman Lowell George passed away, but reformed in 1987 and continue to tour. They were more of an album band than a singles band, so most people not into their world don't know the music. That probably explains their exclusion. 

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