Rock and Roll Hall of Fame
Tom Morello was one of the many big-name musicians to take part in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony’s epic closing jam last week (April 19), alongside Rush, Heart, John Fogerty, Chuck D of Public Enemy, Chris Cornell of Soundgarden, and Dave Grohl and Taylor Hawkins of the Foo Fighters. He told Radio.com that he was going straight from the Rock Hall induction jam to the studio, where he’s recording his next solo album, his fourth under The Nightwatchman name.
John Mayer Calls Albert King The ‘Reason Guitar Faces Were Invented’ At Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame Induction
With a flying V guitar slung around his shoulder, John Mayer was ready to play from the moment he started his speech about Albert King at the Rock and Roll Hall Of Fame induction cermeony. He was wearing a flying V guitar, which King always played, slung around his body.
“My name is Chris Cornell, and I’m here to induct my hometown heroes, Heart.” That’s how the Sound Garden frontman started his Rock and Roll Hall Of Fame induction speech.
Oprah Winfrey was the biggest surprise of the night at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction ceremony. She noted that she’s rarely at a loss for words, but “he defines and defies the word legend.” She said that him casting her in The Color Purple changed the trajectory of her career. She’d never acted, and he said “Baby, your future’s so bright it burns my eyes.” She laughed, “I didn’t know what you were talking about!”
Kelly Rowland At The Rock And Roll Hall of Fame: ‘Donna Summer Continues To Inspire Women Around The World’
Kelly Rowland believes her, along with many of her peers, were probably conceived to the sweet sounds of “Love To Love You Baby” by Donna Summer.
The 2013 Rock And Roll Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony kicked off with Randy Newman sitting by himself at a piano, singing the first few verses of his hit “I Love L.A.” It was an appropriate choice, as the ceremony was being held in Los Angeles for the first time in twenty years.
The Rock And Roll Hall of Fame announced its inductees for 2013 at a press conference held at the Nokia Theater L.A. LIVE in Los Angeles today, and two solo acts who have been eligible for years have finally been voted in: Donna Summer and Randy Newman. (Artists are eligible 25 years after their first release.)
The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame’s 2013 ballot is out, and disco icons Donna Summer and Chic are both up for induction this year.
Following Donna Summer’s death last week, tributes from musicians and celebrities poured in from all corners of pop culture, expressing admiration for the singer’s catalog of music. But was she snubbed by the Rock and […]
Terry Stewart, long-time president and CEO of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum announced Friday morning that after 14 years he will be stepping down from the position by the end of […]