12 May, 2021Print
Carole King Inducted Into Rock & Roll Hall of Fame As A Performing Artist
Carole King has been inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame as a performing artist.
King was inducted to the Rock Hall in 1990 with a “Non-Performer Award” as a songwriter with her writing partner and former husband Gerry Goffin.
Carole King and Tina Turner will become the second and third female artists inducted twice, following Stevie Nicks’ 2019 election.
For further reading on the genius of Carole King, we will point you to this tremendous essay by Elizabeth Nelson
Seven Threads From Tapestry: Carole King’s Masterpiece 50 Years Later
And this “Deep Album Cuts” examination of King’s hits and career beyond Tapestry by Al Shipley
Deep Album Cuts: Carole King
For more information, and for approved Carole King press photos, click HERE