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Public Enemy, Quincy Jones, Rush and Donna Summer inducted 

added: 20 Apr 2013 // by: VVN Music 

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The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inducted the class of 2013 on Thursday night in Los Angeles with an all-star concert featuring numerous highlights.

Tweets from the ceremony indicated that the people were there for Rush who has been controversially kept out of the hall for years. Those fans even booed Jann Wenner, chairman of the Hall, because of the perceived snub. One attendee said it seemed that there seemed to be twenty Rush fans for every one fan of everyone else.

HBO will broadcast the ceremony on May 18.

The set list:

•Induction of Randy Newman
◦I Love L.A. - Randy Newman, John Fogerty, Tom Petty, Jackson Browne
◦I Think It's Going to Rain Today - Randy Newman, String Section
◦I'm Dead (But I Don't Know It) - Randy Newman, Don Henley

•Induction of Lou Adler
◦So Far Away - Carole King

•Induction of Albert King
◦Oh, Pretty Woman - Gary Clark, Jr.
◦Born Under a Bad Sign - Gary Clark, Jr., John Mayer, Booker T. Jones

•Induction of Donna Summer
◦Bad Girls / Last Dance - Jennifer Hudson

•Induction of Quincy Jones
◦Rock With You - Usher

•Induction of Public Enemy
◦Bring the Noise - Public Enemy
◦Jam
◦Fight the Power - Public Enemy

•Induction of Heart
◦Crazy on You - Heart
◦Dreamboat Annie - Heart
◦Barracuda - Heart, Jerry Cantrell, Chris Cornell

•Induction of Rush
◦2112 - Rush, Foo Fighters
◦Tom Sawyer - Rush
◦Permanent Wave - Rush
•Finale
◦Crossroads - Rush, Ann and Nancy Wilson, Chuck D, Hank Shocklee, Gary Clark, Jr., Dave Grohl, Taylor Hawkins, John Fogerty, Tom Morello

For Rush fans, here's fan shot video of their induction.









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