Last night (March 29), the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction ceremony took place at Brooklyn's Barclays Center. This may have been one of the most drama-free, good-vibes-filled induction ceremonies ever.
When the nominees for the 2019 induction class of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame were announced, much was made of Stevie Nicks’ nomination. If inducted as a solo artist, Nicks would make history as the first female performer to be a double inductee. (Nicks was inducted as part of Fleetwood Mac in 1998.)
Tomorrow night (May 5) will see the premiere of the 2018 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction ceremony on HBO at 8 PM ET/PT. The broadcast will run about three hours long, which is significantly less than the ceremonies actual runtime of five hours.
The telecast of the 2018 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction ceremony premieres on HBO this Saturday, May 5 at 8 PM, and in case fans missed some previous reports, they'll learn about a new induction category.
As winners of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame's fan vote this year, there's no doubt Bon Jovi has the power of the people on their side to prove their case as to why they deserve to be inducted. However, they have more than enough stunning stats to back them up, too. In honor…