legendary rock bands which had been ignored by the media for 4 decades?

1. Frank Zappa

2. King Crimson

3. Stevie Ray Vaughn

4. Rory Galagher

5. Gary Moore

6. Emerson lake and palmer

7. Yes

8. Deep Purple.

9. Grand Funk railroad

10. Thin Lizzy

11. Genesis

12. The Band

13. Buddy Miles & Billie Cox (ex Hendrix band of Gypsys)

Update:

do u know some more?

Update 2:

14. Uriah Heep

15. Boston

16. Nazareth

Update 3:

17. Manfred Man´s earth band

18. the allman brothers

19. ZZ Top

Update 4:

20. Moly Hatchet

21. Lizzy Borden

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  • TB12
    Lv 7
    5 months ago
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    Black Oak Arkansas,, 38 Special,, Bachman Turner Overdrive,, The Stray Cats ( more specific, Brian Setzer), Buffalo Springfield,,, Dr. Hook and the Medicine Show,, The Flying Burrito Brothers,, The Fabulous Thunderbirds,, George Thorogood and the Destroyers,, Heart,, Iron Butterfly,, Little Feat,, Los Lobos,, Steppenwolf,, Taliking Heads,, Warren Zevon,, The Ventures,,

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  • 5 months ago

    Wilco

    Uncle Tupelo

    Television

    The Replacements

    Social Distortion

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  • 5 months ago

    I think it's easy to see these bands or musicians as ignored when you look back at them from the 21st century, a time extremely short on these styles of music. The only bands that seem to have any consistent mentioning from the era of bands you mentioned are the ones that have the most hits because millennials don't just like hits, they tend to depend on them. Even that's not always enough because a few of those bands on your list had numerous hits worth mentioning. These bands were not always ignored, but it sure feels that way looking back at the past 20-30 years and the music trends within those years.

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  • Benny
    Lv 6
    5 months ago

    I don't believe there are any bands that fit those criteria, and 0% of the artists you listed were "ignored by the media for four decades." Also, since when is Frank Zappa a band?

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  • 5 months ago

    21. Henry Cow

    22. Husker Du

    23. The Birthday Party

    24. Siege

    25. This Heat

    26. Throbbing Gristle

    27. Suicide

    28. Scorpions early work

    29. Soft Machine

    30. The Jesus Lizard

    Source(s): nothing
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  • Tony B
    Lv 7
    5 months ago

    What you say isn't true though.

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  • 5 months ago

    Frank Zappa, eh? That's why he was interviewed by the "Today Show" back in 1993, right?

    ELP? That's why Keith Emerson's suicide received ZERO press, correct? (All sarcasm intended.)

    The Band? Why Levon Helm's death was ignored, too. (See parenthetical comment just above.)

    ZZ Top? I just saw an extensive article profiling their 50th anniversary the other day.

    I'm not going to keep on going, because I needn't.

    Just because bands you like don't receive what YOU think is ample coverage doesn't mean they aren't getting any (or, frankly, for second or third tier acts, enough) coverage.

  • Anonymous
    5 months ago

    Yes, Genesis, The Band, and Deep Purple are in the Rock Hall of Fame IIRC. Grand Funk was a fad but not really good.

  • 5 months ago

    Budgie

    Rick Derringer

    Eloy

    Golden Earring

    Hawkwind

    James Gang

    Mountain

    The Paul Butterfield Blues Band

    Procol Harum

    Status Quo

    UFO

    Wishbone Ash

    • Killmouseky
      Lv 7
      5 months agoReport

      Saw Wishbone a few years ago along with Uriah Heep, Nazareth & Blue Oyster Cult. All still very good live. Saw Leslie West in 1973, not long after the original Mountain broke up. He had a red Hagstrom Swede guitar.

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  • 5 months ago

    Another band is The Guess Who

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