Setlists & Videos | Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame Induction
We’ll have a full review of the festivities from Brooklyn in the coming days, but for now we want to share video and the setlists from last night’s gala.
Watch Peter Gabriel’s induction speech shot by Denise Pastor:
Gabriel played a three-song set that saw him joined by Chris Martin for “Washing of the Water” and Youssou N’Dour for “In Your Eyes.”
Tom Morello then inducted KISS into the Rock Hall. While the four original members of the band shared the stage to accept the award, they did not perform.
Art Garfunkel had the honors of inducting Cat Stevens into the Rock Hall. Here’s the setlist from the artist now known as Yusuf Islam’s three-song set:
Watch fan-shot footage of “Wild World” via Coolhand62:
Glen Frey inducted Linda Ronstadt, who was unable to attend. In her place Carrie Underwood, Bonnie Raitt, Sheryl Crow, Emmylou Harris, Stevie Nicks and Glenn Frey performed a five-song set of her songs.
Watch “When Will I Be Loved?” shot by 85metalmania66:
The E Street Band received one of the biggest bouts of applause as they were inducted by Bruce Springsteen. The Boss led his band, including former members David Sancious and Vini Lopez, through a three-song set.
Watch all three songs as shot by Johnny Rotten:
Questlove inducted Hall And Oates into the Rock Hall. Watch most of his speech as shot by MarchofTheRashbaum:
Check out the setlist for Hall & Oates’s set:
Watch Hall & Oates perform “I Can’t Go For That” and “You Make Me Dreams Come True” thanks to Randi J:
The final inductee was Nirvana, who were inducted by Michael Stipe of R.E.M. Watch Stipe’s speech:
Punk Maestro shares footage of the members of Nirvana’s induction speech:
The surviving members of Nirvana were joined by four female front women for their five-song set:
Here’s Joan Jett fronting Nirvana for “Smells Like Teen Spirit” shot by bussey:
Watch Lorde, St. Vincent, Joan Jett and the surviving members of Nirvana’s “All Apologies” as shot by Scott Lapatine:
HBO will air the induction ceremony on May 31.