This is it, the day for fans to vote for this year's Rock and Roll Hall of Fame nominees.
Bon Jovi remains in first place with 1.1-million votes followed by The Moody Blues at just under 900,000, Dire Straits is closing in on 600,000 votes and The Cars and Judas Priest are in forth and fifth place, respectively, separated by less than 20,000 votes.
One of those voting everyday is Moody Blues' drummer Graeme Edge, who, while honored by the nomination, says the whole process is really more important to their fans.
Graeme Edge says The Moody Blues don't need the acclimation of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. OC:...for the people anyway. :13 [Phone Quality]
"Our acclimation comes from our fans. We rarely play to less than a sell-out and that's all we need. But our fans would like it [if we were inducted], so, we do it for them. We always have played for the people anyway."
Here's how the voting looks as of Sunday night:
Bon Jovi - 1,100,452 votes
Moody Blues - 899,289
Dire Straits - 587,116
The Cars - 527,777
Judas Priest - 508,067
The Zombies - 493,810
Eurythmics - 433,020
J. Geils Band - 332,890
Depeche Mode - 289,708
Nina Simone - 176,998
Kate Bush - 170,527
Radiohead - 169,098
Rage Against the Machine - 160,608
The MC5 - 120,945
LL Cool J - 112,966
Sister Rosetta Tharpe - 106,140
Link Wray - 93,166
Rufus featuring Chaka Khan - 80,876
The Meters - 56,065
You have until 11:59 p.m. ET today (Tuesday) to place your vote at RockHall.com/Vote. The Top 5 artists, as selected by the public, will comprise a “fans’ ballot” that will be tallied along with the other ballots to choose the 2018 inductees. You'll need to login with a Facebook account or E-mail to vote. You can vote once a day.
The 2018 inductees will be announced the second week of December, with the 33rd annual induction ceremony set for April 14th at Public Auditorium in Cleveland. HBO will air highlights of the ceremony.