Disco queen Donna Summer has received a posthumous nomination for entry into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame next year.
It is the sixth time the singer, who died in May aged 63, has been shortlisted for the honour.
Also among the 15 nominees are Deep Purple, Rush, Randy Newman and Public Enemy.
More than 600 music industry personnel will vote to select the inductees, who will be announced in December.
To be eligible, acts must have released their first single or album no later than 1987.