Bob Seger Vs. George Harrison: Hall of Fame Finals
Seger, who released his first album, 'Ramblin' Gamblin' Man,' way back in 1969, rose to fame in the mid-'70s thanks to a string of hits such as 'Turn the Page,' 'We've Got Tonight' and 'Old Time Rock and Roll.' Harrison, who's already a member of our Hall of Fame as a member of the Beatles, was the first of that group to release a solo album -- 1968's 'Wonderwall Music' soundtrack. His 1970 masterpiece 'All Things Must Pass' showed just how much he could accomplish without his famous former band.
So who gets immortalized in our Hall of Fame for all of eternity? That’s up to you! You can vote once a day from now until 11:59PM ET on Sept. 2. You can read the Hall of Fame’s official rules right here. Be sure to check back Sept. 3, when the sixth entrant into the Ultimate Classic Rock Hall of Fame is revealed.