Philly's Hall & Oates in 5th place on last day of Rock and Roll Hall of Fame voting
It's the last day to vote for your picks to be inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame next year, and Philadelphia duo Hall & Oates is in fifth place.
The Hall of Fame says the five nominees who get the most votes will make up a "fans' ballot" that will be tallied with the other 600 ballots to choose the 2014 inductees.
As of this morning, the soul duo was in fifth place, with 111,227 votes -- 8.11 percent of the votes cast thus far.
KISS led the list of contenders, with more than 233,000 votes. Rounding out the top five this morning are Nirvana, Deep Purple and Yes.
Fans have been able to cast ballots since the list of nominees was announced in October. Voting ends at 5 p.m. today.
The hall inducts about a half-dozen new members each year, chosen by more than 600 past inductees, musicians, historians, critics and others in the music industry.
Inductees for 2013 were Rush, Heart, Randy Newman, Public Enemy, Donna Summer, Albert King, Lou Adler and Quincy JOnes.
The 2014 induction ceremony will take place in April in New York City, and a television special is scheduled for May on HBO.
Daryl Hall and John Oates attended Temple University together and are known for hits like "Rich Girl," "Kiss on My List," "Private Eyes" and "Maneater."
Hall was born in Pottstown and graduated from Owen J. Roberts High School in Chester County. Oates was raised in North Wales and graduated from North Penn High School.
Other nominees vying to be inducted to the Hall of Fame this year are: Peter Gabriel, Linda Ronstadt, Cat Stevens, the Zombies, N.W.A., the Replacements, LL Cool J, the Paul Butterfield Blues Band, Chic, Link Way and the Meters.
Music lovers can vote for their choices for the fan ballot on the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame's website.