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James Brown - Albums: 1 Singles: 5 First induction: Live At The Apollo (1998) Most recent: "Get Up — I Feel Like Being Like A Sex Machine" (2014)

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Billie Holiday - Albums: 1 Singles: 5 First induction: "God Bless The Child" (1976) Most recent: "Crazy He Calls Me" (2010)

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The Rolling Stones - Albums: 4 Singles: 2 First induction: "(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction" (1998) Most recent: "Honky Tonk Women" (2014)

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Ella Fitzgerald - Albums: 5 Albums: 5 Singles: 2 First induction: "A-Tisket, A-Tasket" (with Chick Webb And His Orchestra) (1986) Most recent: Ella And Basie! (with Count Basie) (2010)

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Louis Armstrong - Albums: 2 Singles: 13 First induction: "West End Blues" (1974) Most recent: "Nobody Knows The Trouble I've Seen" (with The All Stars) (2014)

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John Coltrane - Albums: 8 Singles: 1 First induction: My Favorite Things (1998) Most recent: John Coltrane And Johnny Hartman (2013)

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Benny Goodman - Albums: 2 Singles: 5 First induction: Carnegie Hall Jazz Concert (1975) Most recent: "Seven Come Eleven" and "King Porter (Stomp)" (2008)

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Stevie Wonder - Albums: 3 Singles: 3 First induction: "Superstition" (1998) Most recent: "For Once In My Life" (2009)

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Frank Sinatra - Albums: 5 Singles: 8 First induction: "I'll Never Smile Again" (with Tommy Dorsey and the Pied Pipers) (1982) Most recent: "Theme From New York, New York" (2013)

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Fred Astaire - Albums: 1 Singles: 6 First induction: "The Way You Look Tonight" (1998) Most recent: "Top Hat, White Tie And Tails" (2008)

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New York Philharmonic - Albums: 8 Singles: 1 First induction: Berg: Wozzeck, Dimitri Mitropoulos cond. with Mack Harrell, Eileen Farrell (1990) Most recent: "Copland: Appalachian Spring," Leonard Bernstein cond. (2009) - Leonard Bernstein conducts the New York Philharmonic

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Miles Davis - Albums: 9 First induction: Birth Of The Cool (1982) Most recent: Relaxin' With The Miles Davis Quintet (2014)

Usher and James Brown went head-to-head (and toe-to-toe) in a dance-off as the pair teamed to perform "Caught Up" and "Sex Machine" at the 47th GRAMMY Awards in 2005

An uncaged Zac Brown commands the stage during a performance on Nov. 16 in San Jose, Calif.