Rock & Roll HOF 2017 Journey, Elo, Pearl Jam, Yes

Rock & Roll HOF 2017 Journey, Elo, Pearl Jam, Yes
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A few parts of a Rolling Stone review almost 2 hours great quality 9/10 with many live performances, you can't miss with this one!Award for Musical Excellence:

Nile Rodgers David Letterman Honors Pearl Jam

Letterman shined as a last minute substitute for Neil Young, who was originally supposed to induct Pearl Jam into the Rock Hall. The former Late Show host earned guffaws as he gently ribbed, well, pretty much everyone. Rush's Geddy Lee Joins Yes for "Roundabout"

After a glowing speech in which he praised Yes for helping him tune "into a wider world of possibilities where music seemed to have no limitations," Rush's Geddy Lee strapped on his bass and joined his heroes to perform "Roundabout," the first track on Yes' 1971 album Fragile. Journey Reunite With Steve Perry The crowd clapped long and hard when Steve Perry took the stage to be honored by the Rock Hall he had not performed with his former bandmates in Journey since 1991. Perry returned the audience's salute in kind. "You're the ones who put us here!" he declared. "We would not be here had it not been for you and your tireless love and consistent devotion. I have been gone a long time, I understand that. But I want you to know, you've never not been in my heart." ELO Tip Their Cap to Chuck Berry

No one would have stood on the Rock Hall stage this or any other year without the innovations of Chuck Berry, but ELO's Jeff Lynne was particularly well-suited for a tribute performance: ELO's cover of Berry's "Roll Over Beethoven" Lenny Kravitz Leads a Gospel-ized Prince Tribute

Kravitz had a secret weapon for his Prince tribute: Hezekiah Walker and the Love Fellowship Choir, who imbued the songs with uncontainable fervor. Everyone Jams on "Rockin' in the Free World"

The absence of Neil Young at the Rock Hall Induction ceremony didn't bother Pearl Jam, Yes' Trevor Rabin, Rush's Geddy Lee and Alex Lifeson and Journey's Neal Schon as they tore through a cover of "Rockin' in the Free World."