Pearl Jam, Tupac, Yes, Journey to be inducted into Rock Hall
After it was announced that Neil Young was confirmed to induct Pearl Jam into the Rock And Roll Hall of Fame, Young has had to cancel his appearance at the ceremony.
Nile Rodgers will receive a special honor at the event held at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York. It will be broadcast at 8 p.m. ET on April 29.
His wife, Jill, was teary-eyed in the audience at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn as fans continued to cheer.
Electric Light Orchestra, known for its marriage of rock and classical, brought strings into a cover of Berry's "Roll Over Beethoven" before going into the band's most recognizable hit, "Evil Woman".
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Electric Light Orchestra, or ELO, had been waiting since the 70's for Friday night. Hearing Jon Anderson's trademark tenor, backed with harmonies from guitarist Steve Howe and keys from Wakeman on "Roundabout" was a testament as to why the band snubbed for so long so deserved the honor. While the idea of George Harrison performing with Jeff Lynne might not seem like a surprise, what happened next was: the big screen behind Dhani miraculously cut to Michael J. Fox sitting in the audience. But, hey, that's rock and roll.
To be eligible for induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, an artist must have released their first single or album at least 25 years prior to their nomination, so this year's honorees date back to 1991 (as in the case of Pearl Jam and Shakur) or earlier.
The veteran grunge act was inducted by the heavily bearded David Letterman, who was a last-minute replacement for the ailing Neil Young.
"My granddaughter had no clue who I was until I took her backstage to a Taylor Swift concert", said Baez, who added that her granddaughter took a selfie with Swift and now had "newfound respect for her grandmother".
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Pearl Jam is hardly alone in that sentiment when it comes to the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame.
"Now in the new political cultural reality in which we find ourselves, there is much work to be done, where empathy is failing and sharing has been usurped by greed and lust for power", she said, urging the crowd to "double, triple and quadruple" attempts at empathy. And they transcended all that stuff because they were a band like the way the Rolling Stones transcended the English Invasion thing. He did, however, point out it was "bittersweet" to take over for late Yes bassist Chris Squire, who passed away in 2015 and didn't live to see his band recognized.
One of the night's most anticipated performances was Journey's.
"I'm aware I'm speaking to many young people who with out the induction would have no clue who I am, " said Baez, now 76.
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