SAN ANTONIO (KTSA News) — In spite of her attempt to be removed from the ballot, Dolly Parton has been selected to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.

Parton, who is already a member of the Country Music Hall of Fame is one of 7 artist in this year’s inductees into the Rock Hall.

Parton began her career in Country music in the 1960’s. Her blonde wigs and…..other physical attributes often overshadowing her songwriting and singing skills.

Along the way she compiled an impressive list of Country and Pop classics including “Jolene”, “Here You Come Again” and “9 to 5”. Parton branched out into acting as well, starring in the movies “9 to 5” and “Steel Magnolias”.

Other Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductees include:

Duran Duran. The British band formed just as MTV made its debut. Their epic music videos accompanied their hit songs including “Girls On Film”, “Hungry Like The Wolf” and “The Wild Boys”.

Another British band that had a strong presence on MTV and radio in the 1980’s is Eurythmics.

The duo’s Top 10 songs include “Here Comes The Rain Again”, “Would I Lie To You” and the number one  “Sweet Dreams Are Made Of This”.

Lionel Richie, who was a member of The Commodores throughout the 1970’s before launching a successful solo career in the 1980’s with “Truly”, “All Night Long” and “Hello”.

Pat Benatar was one of the few female artist to have her songs played on rock radio stations as well as Top 40. She’s best known for “Hit Me With Your Best Shot”, “Love Is A Battlefield” and “We Belong”.

Singer/Songwriter Carly Simon is a first ballot inductee. Her career began in the early 1970’s with “You’re So Vain”, “Anticipation” and “That’s The Way I Always Heard It Should Be”.

Rapper Eminem will also be inducted. The Detroit native stirred up controversy and sold millions of albums with “Without Me”, “Stan” and “Lose Yourself”.

The induction ceremony takes place November 5 in Los Angeles.