On October 26, 2013, the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum in Cleveland, Ohio, as part of its annual Music Masters program honored the music of the Rolling Stones at a special tribute concert. In this clip, the Rock Hall goes backstage for exclusive interviews with guitarist Earl Slick ("Everything about Keith [Richards] – musically, fashion-wise, his attitude – it just rang a bell with me right from day one… and it still does today."), singer Lee Fields ("Mick Jagger is the most unique singer I've ever seen. He brings so much life to what he sings."), guitarist and Drive-by Truckers co-founder Patterson Hood ("Many of my lifelong idols are up there."), guitarist and Soul Asylum founding member Dave Pirner ("All through my life, I've been a Rolling Stones fan.") and Hall of Fame Inductee Chuck D. of Public Enemy ("It's about being true: The Rolling Stones have always been true and paid homage to where they came from. I mean, they named their group after a Muddy Waters' Record [which] is a bold statement.") to discover what the Rolling Stones' music has meant to them, why they're paying tribute to the Stones, including Mick Jagger and Keith Richards, and more.