rock and roll hall of fame
I’m pretty happy with the roster…with one exception.
Paul Stanley called into our friends at Los Angeles’ K-EARTH this morning, originally to discuss L.A. KISS, the Arena Football League team that he and bandmate Gene Simmons co-own, but naturally the conversation was dominated by the news of the Rock Hall induction.
The induction ceremony will take place at Brooklyn’s Barclays Center on April 10 and will be open to the public. An on-sale date has yet to be announced.
This year, more than 1.3 million votes were cast in the online poll on rockhall.com. A single fan ballot will contain the top five artists and be counted among the roughly 600 other ballots from music industry voters.
The KISS Army is making itself heard, loud and clear.
Just in time for the holidays, the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame announced an exclusive inductee t-shirt collection, which features numerous inductees, including Elvis Presley, Jimi Hendrix, Les Paul, John Lennon and more.
Interview: Rush’s Geddy Lee talks ‘Clockwork Angels Tour’, Negro Leagues Baseball Museum and the Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame
Fans can catch a preview of what’s to come on this starting at 12:00 Noon EST on Thursday (Nov. 14) where for 24 hours we’ll have six performances from the DVD available exclusively to stream on Radio.com. And then, starting at 12:00 Noon EST on Friday (Nov. 15), we’ll have two songs (“Red Sector A” and “Middletown Dreams”) to watch on demand.
Speaking with Kinks guitarist Dave Davies, it’s almost difficult not to focus on that riff.
We talked to the concert’s musical director Steve Jordan, who is the drummer in Keith Richards’ other band, the X-Pensive Winos.