442. Molly Hatchet
Named after a psychotic prostitute, Molly Hatchet was one of the more successful Southern Rock bands of recent memory. The Floridians found their niche with a few radio friendly hits in the late 70’s and early 80’s, and though they were successful they shared Skynyrd and the Allman’s “shadow” with bands like 38 Special, Marshall Tucker and the Atlanta Rhythm Section. Like the other Southern Rock bands, Molly Hatchet could have a shot should the Hall feels another Southern Rock band deserves entry though there appears to be little evidence of that happening.