Ray Charles, 10

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  • Albums: 4
  • Singles or Tracks: 6
  • First induction: "I've Got A Woman" (1990)
  • Most recent: "Hit The Road Jack" (2013)

Frank Sinatra, 13

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  • 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)

Duke Ellington & His Orchestra, 13

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  • Albums: 2
  • Singles: 11
  • First induction: "Mood Indigo" (1975)
  • Most recent: "Do Nothin' Till You Hear From Me" (featuring Al Hibbler) and "Ko-Ko" (2011)

The Beatles, 15

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  • Albums: 7
  • Singles or Tracks: 8
  • First induction: Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band (1993)
  • Most recent: "Penny Lane" (2011)

Note: George Harrison, John Lennon and Paul McCartney each have one solo recording in the Hall. Including the 15 Beatles recordings inducted into the Hall, these artists have the most entries by any individual or group (16).

Louis Armstrong, 15

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

Thompson Square

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He still makes her laugh. Husband-and-wife duo Shawna and Keifer Thompson of Thompson Square giggle their way through a performance on Dec. 16 in Tacoma, Wash.

Pusha T

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High-five for a perfect fit. Rapper Pusha T gets a smile out of a new friend at his 1,000 Shoes For 1,000 Smiles event on Dec. 16 in Norfolk, Va.


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Hiyah! Current GRAMMY nominee Miguel kicks it in the air during a performance on Dec. 16 in Auburn Hills, Mich.

Robin Thicke

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Things appear to "Feel Good" for current GRAMMY nominee Robin Thicke, who takes it to the floor for a performance at Hot 99.5-FM's Jingle Ball on Dec. 16 in Washington, D.C.