We've all been glued to our television sets with great concern as we watch the reports of the devastation caused by Hurricane Sandy. The massive size of the "superstorm" has caused its effects to be felt beyond the East Coast and as far west as Cleveland, where the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame has suffered damage as a result.
Don’t set a table place for Slash at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame ceremony just yet, despite a recent statement from Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame Foundation President and CEO Joel Peresman that Guns N’ Roses “all have RSVP’d that they will show” for the big ceremony in April.
For years, Guns N’ Roses fans have been hoping for a reunion of the band’s classic lineup — and now that G N’ R are officially members of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame’s Class of 2012, it’s time for speculation to begin in earnest.
Guns N’ Roses, the Small Faces / Faces, Red Hot Chili Peppers and Donovan have all been voted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. They are joined by The Beastie Boys and Laura Nyro. The ceremony will be held in Cleveland, Ohio on April 14th.
Passengers on board the recent Kiss Kruise had a chance to lob a few questions at the legendary band’s manager last month, and inevitably their exclusion from the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame came up. Doc McGhee didn’t dance around the subject. If the band is nominated for 2013 it won’t be because he’s saying all the right things.
On Monday night, the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inducted several more music legends into its ranks, including Alice Cooper, Neil Diamond, Dr. John, Darlene Love, Tom Waits, Jac Holzman, Art Rupe and Leon Russell. The ceremony included performances by the inductees, with appearances by Elton John, Bette Midler, Paul Simon, John Mayer, Neil Young, John Legend and Rob Zombie...