There's the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in Cleveland and now, there's the America's Pop Music Hall of Fame in Canonsburg, Pennsylvania. Why Canonsburg, you ask? Well, that's the hometown of Perry Como and he did have a pop hit or two. Okay, so he had over 30, but who's counting?

Here's more on the Pop music inductees for 2014:

Among the nominees are Carole King, Dion and Buddy Holly. All the artists are first time nominees into the Pop Hall of Fame. Also on the list:

The Bee Gees                            Tony Bennett                                   Pat Boone
The Carpenters                           Chicago                                           Dion
The Everly Brothers                    The Four Seasons                          Connie Francis
Buddy Holly                                  Elton John                                     Carole King
Dean Martin                                 The Monkees                                  Ricky Nelson
Roy Orbison                                  Patti Page                                     Gene Pitney
The Platters                                  Simon & Garfunkel                        Smokey & Miracles
The Supremes                              Three Dog Night                            Dionne Warwick
Andy Williams
Nomination is based on 'artists’ breadth and depth of pop hits, as well as influence – include Dion, Buddy Holly and Carole King, Artists must have placed a hit on the Billboard charts between 1945 and 1970 to qualify.'
Last year's inductees were:

Beach Boys, the Beatles, Johnny Cash, Ray Charles, Nat King Cole, Perry Como, Bobby Darin, Neil Diamond, Brenda Lee, Johnny Mathis, Elvis Presley, Frank Sinatra, Bobby Vinton and Stevie Wonder.

Iconic songs inducted to date are: 1940s: “White Christmas” by Bing Crosby; 1950s: “Hound Dog” by Elvis Presley; 1960s: “The Twist” by Chubby Checker; 1970s: “American Pie” by Don McLean.
Here's where you can learn more about The America's Pop Music Hall of Fame, including 'How to Vote.'