The Doobie Brothers smoke The Monkees and Foreigner as your choice for 2020 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction [Poll Results]

The Doobie Brothers have been waiting since 1996 to be voted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. And according to our recent poll, they are the overdue band you would most like to see inducted in 2020.

With over 1,300 people voting around the world, the Doobies smoked the competition we offered of 12 rock groups, including your second place choice of The Monkees and third place selection of Foreigner. See the full list of results below. And watch for upcoming polls where we ask you about female artists and male artists next.

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THE DOOBIE BROTHERS (25%)
Eligible since 1996. Top songs include “Black Water,” “China Grove,” “Listen to the Music,” “Long Train Runnin’,” “Minute by Minute,” “What a Fool Believes.” Nominated for four Grammy Awards with two wins.

THE MONKEES (11%)
Eligible since 1991. Top songs include “Daydream Believer,” “I’m a Believer,” “Last Train to Clarksville,” “Pleasant Valley Sunday.” Nominated for four Grammy Awards with no wins.

FOREIGNER (11%)
Eligible since 2002. Top songs include “Cold as Ice,” “Double Vision,” “Hot Blooded,” “I Want to Know What Love Is,” “Juke Box Hero,” “Urgent.” Nominated for three Grammy Awards with no wins.

DEPECHE MODE (9%)
Eligible since 2006. Top songs include “Everything Counts,” “Just Can’t Get Enough,” “Never Let Me Down Again,” “People Are People.” Nominated for five Grammy Awards with no wins.

SOUNDGARDEN (8%)
Eligible since 2011. Top songs include “Black Hole Sun,” “Fell on Black Days,” “Outshined,” “Rusty Cage. Nominated for nine Grammy Awards with two wins.

STYX (8%)
Eligible since 1997. Top songs include “Babe,” “Come Sail Away,” “Lady,” “Renegade,” “Too Much Time on My Hands.” Nominated for one Grammy Award with no win.

BLOOD, SWEAT AND TEARS (6%)
Eligible since 1993. Top songs include “And When I Die,” “Hi-De-Ho,” “Spinning Wheel,” “You’ve Made Me So Very Happy.” Nominated for five Grammy Awards with two wins.

THREE DOG NIGHT (6%)
Eligible since 1994. Top songs include “Easy to Be Hard,” “Joy to the World,” “Mama Told Me,” “One,” “Shambala.” Nominated for two Grammy Awards with no wins.

THE COMMODORES (5%)
Eligible since 1999. Top songs include “Brick House,” “Easy,” “Natural High,” “Nightshift,” “Sail On,” “Three Times a Lady.” Nominated for nine Grammy Awards with one win.

THE SMITHS (5%)
Eligible since 2008. Top songs include “Girlfriend in a Coma,” “I Know It’s Over,” “Panic,” “This Charmingn Man.” No Grammy nominations.

KRAFTWERK (4%)
Eligible since 1995. Top songs include “Computer Love,” “The Man Machine,” “The Model,” “The Robots.” Nominated for three Grammy Awards with one win.

THE TURTLES (2%)
Eligible since 1990. Top songs include “Happy Together,” It Ain’t Me Babe,” “She’d Rather Be with Me.” No Grammy nominations.

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