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Rock and Roll History: New to the Hall of Fame

Music has always been one of those particularly amazing pieces of artful expression; it can bring people together, make you think, laugh, cry, and sometimes even change your life. The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame was established by music industry big shots over a quarter century ago to recognize, and appreciate, outstanding excellence in music.

The 31st annual ceremony will be held today (April 8, 2016) at Barclay’s Center, and aired live on HBO for those lucky viewers; we’re already feeling pretty excited about some of our favorite new inducted musicians and groups.

Check out some of the best music and performances from the 2016 Hall of Fame Inductees right here — you can use Replay Media Catcher to record every video seen below, or use Replay Music to capture all of your favorite songs online!

CHEAP TRICK

 

“Cheap Trick had perfected an extremely individual yet classic rock and roll band sound by the time it released its first album in 1977. It has never changed it much. It didn’t need to…” – RockHall.com

CHICAGO

“Fusing jazz and rock together in a time when the Beatles were still crashing onto the American shores and psychedelic rock was taking over the basements of teenagers…” – RockHall.com

DEEP PURPLE

“If there were a “Mount Rushmore Of Hard Rock” it would only have three heads: Led Zeppelin, Black Sabbath and Deep Purple…” – RockHall.com

STEVE MILLER

“With albums like Children Of The Future… Miller perfected a psychedelic blues sound that drew on the deepest sources of American roots music and simultaneously articulated a compelling vision of what music… could be in the years to come….” – RockHall.com

N.W.A.

“N.W.A’s improbable rise from marginalized outsiders to the most controversial and complicated voices of their generation remains one of rock’s most explosive, relevant and challenging tales…” – RockHall.com

BERT BERNS

“Bert Berns was one of the great record men of the New York rhythm and blues scene of the 60s. Berns produced 51 chart records in seven years, most of which he also wrote…” – RockHall.com

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