Duran Duran smashed high record in 2022 and events are ahead
The Classic Era with an amazing fusion of songs was by Duran Duran who earned Rock and Roll Hall of Fame nominations this year and scored top badge in the list.
The five-piece Duran Duran formed in 1978 in Birmingham, England, and took over the music scene shortly after the decade began. Locked and loaded, they were poised to occupy the same space Rolling Stones had occupied during the Eighties.
The Duran’s opened with Invisible, the minimalist, the new album Future Past, which portends good things to come in new music. It is a prelude to the new single Anniversary, a pop banger that doubles as a tribute to the forty years that have passed since the Duran’s first album was released.
From the Ordinary World, The Durans offered up another new song, another bouncy dance-rocker called Tonight United, in the year 2021. Bassist John Taylor said, to a resounding yes from lead singer Simon Le Bon, and the Duran Duran left the stage one last time. Simon Le Bon and John Taylor of Duran Duran performed Friday at Hollywood Bowl.
The Rock & Roll Hall of Fame was set to induct its 2022 members on Saturday evening November 5 at Microsoft Theatre in Los Angeles, with an edited version of the event set to air on November 19 on HBO at 8 pm.
The Rock & Roll Hall of Fame has officially announced its inductees for the year 2022, and they include none other than new-wave British heavy metal legend, Judas Priest. This year’s inductees to the Rock Hall are Duran Duran, Pat Benatar, Eurythmics, Dolly Parton, Lionel Richie, Carly Simon, and Eminem.
With fans rolling from all around the world for their nostalgic yet modern band winners, we can expect a blast of successful event and many more high names for Duran Duran in the nearest future as well.
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