Wanda Jackson And Bobby Womack Were Inducted Into The Rock Hall This Weekend Too

Dan Gibson | April 6, 2009 2:30 am

It’s understandable that the big stories from the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction ceremony this year would be Metallica and Run DMC, considering those acts’ backstories and enduring popularity. But what’s the point of having a pseudo-event in the first place if most of its attendant coverage focuses, for the most part, on 33% of the honorees (with Jeff Beck sneaking his way in articles on occasion)? To celebrate Idolator’s favorite inductees, here’s a YouTube tribute to rockabilly queen Wanda Jackson and soul and multi-genre genius Bobby Womack.

Wanda Jackson, “Let’s Have A Party”:

Wanda Jackson, “Sparking Brown Eyes”:

Wanda Jackson, “Rip It Up”:

Wanda Jackson, “Queen For A Day”:

Bobby Womack, “Looking For A Love”:

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Bobby Womack, “Across 110th Street”:

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Bobby Womack, “If You Think You’re Lonely Now”:

Bobby Womack, “That’s The Way I Feel About Cha”:

Rock Hall inductee Bobby Womack: A low-key musician with a storied career [Cleveland Plain Dealer]Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Inductions 2009: Wanda Jackson shakes up rock’s boys club [Cleveland Plain Dealer]