Max Collins’ Crusin’ Among Iowa Rock ‘n Roll HOF Inductees
Crusin’, a Quad-Cities area band featuring luminary Max Allan Collins, is among the inductees into this year’s class for the Iowa Rock ‘n Roll Hall of Fame.
The Iowa Rock ‘n Roll Music Association is honored to be able to recognize Iowa artists with induction into the Iowa Rock ‘n Roll Hall of Fame and help retain Iowa’s musical legacy. Since incorporation, over 320 entities have had the honor of being inducted. Categories include Bands, Individual Artists, DJs, Media Representatives, Venues, Ballrooms, Border Bands, Women Who Rock, Support People, Out of State Artists, and Lifetime Achievement Awards.
Inductees must have a minimum of 25 years’ experience in the industry and have made a significant impact on Iowa’s rock ‘n roll music scene. Many other factors are taken into account some of which include influence on other artists, length of career, level of activity, amount of regional and national tours, success of recordings, and current impact in Iowa music today.
The 2018 Inductees into the Iowa Rock ‘n Roll Hall of Fame include: David Ellefson (Individual Artist), The Nadas (Band), Marilyn Maye (Lifetime Achievement), The Bushmen (Band), Rob Lumbard (Individual Artist), Buckeye (Band), Pam Dixon (DJ), IV Pauli (Band), Cabala (Band), Gary Richards (Individual Artist), George Rondinelli (Support People), Crusin’ (Band), Rick Hillyard (Individual Artist), A Stitch ‘n Tyme (Band), Torkays (Band), Lavendar Hill (Band), Dennis McMurrin (Lifetime Achievement), Johnny Green (Individual Artist), Festival (Band), The Trippers (Band), The El Riadas (Band), Dean Davis (Matousek Lifetime Achievement), Rich Mock (Individual Artist), Julie Christensen (Women Who Rock), Duane “Nudie” Binder (Individual Artist), Ralph Goldheim (Individual Artist), Dickinson County News (Media Representative), Jim Musser (Media Representative), and Lorados (Venue).
Festivities for the 2018 Iowa Rock ‘n Roll Hall of Fame Inductions will take place Sept. 1-2 in and around Arnolds Park, IA. Tickets will be available for the general public March 1. Events include a Meet & Greet, Awards Ceremony, Iowa Rocks Talent Finals (a youth music competition that allows the winners to participate in the Hall of Fame Concert), a Sunday Breakfast, and the Induction Concert (featuring performances by Inductee bands and individual Inductees).
The Iowa Rock ‘n Roll Music Association is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization whose mission is to preserve the legacy of rock ‘n roll music in Iowa by honoring achievements, educating youth and inspiring artists. For more information see www.iowarocknroll.com.