Whitney Houston, Tina Turner Hits Among 2020 Library of Congress Inductees

Published: Tuesday 31st Mar 2020 by Rashad

Having stood the test of time as two of Pop music’s most prized offerings from the last 40 years, it comes as no surprise Whitney Houston‘s iconic remake of Dolly Parton‘s Country classic, ‘I Will Always Love You’ (1992), and Queen of Rock N’ Roll Tina Turner‘s royal comeback album, ‘Private Dancer’ (1984), were among the new slew of inductees into the Library of Congress’ National Recording Registry.

Details inside:

Designed to “maintain and preserve sound recordings and collections of sound recordings that are culturally, historically, or aesthetically significant,” the National Recording Registry at the Library of Congress chooses 25 recordings each year that showcase the range and diversity of American recorded sound heritage “in order to increase preservation awareness.”

Look below to see highlights from this year’s group of inductees:

  1. “Mister Rogers Sings 21 Favorite Songs From ‘Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood’ ” (album), Fred Rogers (1973)“Y.M.C.A.” (single), Village People (1978)
  2. “Private Dancer” (album), Tina Turner (1984)
  3. “Ven Conmigo” (album), Selena (1990)
  4. “The Chronic” (album), Dr. Dre (1992)
  5. “I Will Always Love You” (single), Whitney Houston (1992)

Click here to see the full list.


The honor comes as yet another legendary nod to the late Houston, who also is among this year’s new class of Rock & Roll Hall of fame inductees.  Click here to read more on that.

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  1. Keith March 31, 2020

    Congrats to all on this recognition!

  2. F April 1, 2020

    y’all are some dirty jealous Hating Ass m************ first of all Whitney Houston is the voice Houston. I like how your mother f***** say queen of rock and roll Tina Turner and Whitney Houston . like her name means nothing her name Rings Bells as well she’s have song for all types of kings and queens as well… y’all keep disrespecting her and not telling people that she was murdered and her daughter was murdered and Gordon was murdered….. her National Star Spangled Banner song had charted but yet you just keep referring to her as Whitney Houston

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