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Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee Chrissie Hynde visited the Museum this afternoon.Categories: Inductee
Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee Solomon Burke was called the “king of rock and soul” only a few years into his career, and decades later his title remains unquestionably valid. A true musical pioneer, his voice was one ...Categories: American Music Masters, Inductee
Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductees Steven Tyler and Joey Kramer of Aerosmith stopped by the Rock Hall yesterday and toured the Museum.
Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee Clem Burke of Blondie toured the Museum today!
Categories: Inductee, Celebrity Sighting
One of my favorite New Orleans words is "lagniappe." Pronounced "lan-yap," it means something extra, a bonus. It can also be defined as an unexpected gift.Categories: American Music Masters, Inductee, Education, Event
Over the past few weeks I have traveled to New Orleans several times and had the chance to see Dr. John perform live at Lafayette Square, play with the band Widespread Panic, and even sit next to him as he ...Categories: American Music Masters, Inductee, Education
Twenty-two years ago, December 6, 1988, rock and roll legend Roy Orbison passed away from a heart attack. Orbison was then at the height of his career with two albums in Billboard’s Top 5, Mystery Girl and The Travelling ...Categories: Inductee
It’s hard to believe that it has been 30 years since John Lennon was assassinated outside of his apartment in New York City. At the time, I was running Rolling Stone magazine’s bureau in Los Angeles. I had ...Categories: Inductee