Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony

“On April 14th, the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inducted its 33rd class: Nina Simone, Sister Rosetta Tharpe (in the Early Influence category), Bon Jovi, the Cars, Dire Straits and the Moody Blues. The induction ceremony, which took place in Cleveland, included tributes to Tom Petty and Chris Cornell, performances from several inductees and an exceptionally bawdy speech from Howard Stern. Now that the event is available on HBO, we look back at the night’s most unforgettable moments…”

Read the full article here on the Rolling Stone website

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“This is the textbook definition of a tribute. Lauryn Hill served as a surprise guest by being one of the performers for Nina Simone’s induction, weaving a gorgeous sonic tapestry (with some added modern flair) of the songs ‘Ne Me Quitte Pas,’ ‘Black Is the Color of My True Love’s Hair,’ and ‘Feeling Good.'”

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“Howard Stern continued the new tradition this year by presenting for his good pals Bon Jovi, so please feign shock when we tell you that his no-holds-barred speech equally delighted and disturbed the ceremony’s attendees, where he waxed poetic about everything from having a threesome with Richie Sambora to how much of an ass he thinks Jann Wenner is.”

Read the full article here on the Vulture website

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Credit: Assistant Editor

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