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Last night, at 8:30 sharp, a ceremony took place which inducted some of the biggest names in music into its highly esteemed ranks. That’s right folks, I’m talking about the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame 2010 inductees ceremony.
The ceremony kicked off with Phish playing a cover of ‘Watcher of the Skies’ by Genesis, and then lead singer Trey Anastasio bestowed the honor upon the musical group.
Various covers were performed by other bands as well, including Maroon 5, Rob Thomas, Chris Isaak, and Faith Hill.
Here is a complete list of the inductees:
- Jimmy Cliff
- The Stooges
- The Hollies
- David Geffen
- Barry Mann and Cynthia Weil
- Ellie Greenwich and Jeff Barry
- Jesse Stone
- Mort Shuman
- Otis Blackwell
On the whole, everyone seemed a little nervous onstage last night as songs were played, groups were introduced, and speeches were made. However, the positive vibe and good cheer was certainly in the air as new and old musicians alike paid their tributes to the inductees.
If you would like more information about the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, there is much to see and do on their website. Just click the link.