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Each year, rock’s highest honor, induction into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame, is bestowed upon a handful of artists, cementing their legacy for eternity. That night, they are celebrated by their peers and the contemporary artists they have influenced. All share mutual admiration for these legends who have dedicated their lives to Rock & Roll. Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Induction Vault gives unfiltered access to these iconic speeches from the biggest names in music ranging from the Beatles to NWA.

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Each year, rock’s highest honor, induction into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame, is bestowed upon a handful of artists, cementing their legacy for eternity. That night, they are celebrated by their peers and the contemporary artists they have influenced. All share mutual admiration for these legends who have dedicated their lives to Rock & Roll. Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Induction Vault gives unfiltered access to these iconic speeches from the biggest names in music ranging from the Beatles to NWA.

    Joan Baez & Jackson Browne, 2017

    Joan Baez & Jackson Browne, 2017

    In 2017, singer-songwriter Jackson Browne offers a moving induction of his idol, Joan Baez. Jackson illustrates how much Joan meant to his generation, describing her as the voice of the new folk movement. Joan’s acceptance speech is equally inspirational as she shares her story of political activism and how she became a practitioner of non-violence, using her voice in the fight for justice.
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    • 21 min
    Bonnie Raitt & Melissa Etheridge, 2000

    Bonnie Raitt & Melissa Etheridge, 2000

    Renegade rocker Melissa Etheridge delivers a passionate induction of fellow trailblazer and blues-rock icon Bonnie Raitt. Melissa gives a stirring recount of Bonnie's rise to award-winning superstar, while also sharing the personal impact that Bonnie's music had on her own life. Bonnie’s humble yet proud acceptance underscores her determination and generosity as she praises the artists that have inspired her and advocates for those music pioneers that haven’t gotten their due.
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    • 27 min
    The Staple Singers & Lauryn Hill, 1999

    The Staple Singers & Lauryn Hill, 1999

    When Lauryn Hill inducted The Staple Singers in 1999, she emphasized the group’s longevity and prowess to reinvent themselves, conquering a variety of musical styles for nearly half a century. She makes it clear that for the Staples Singers, spirituality is equally as important to being “fly and commercially acceptable.”  The audience lights up with applause as Pops Staples promises to continue living as a child of God and encouraging viewers to follow their dreams and to never give up.  
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    • 12 min
    The Moody Blues & Ann Wilson, 2018

    The Moody Blues & Ann Wilson, 2018

    Travel back in time to the 2018 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Inductions, a night that honored one of the most cosmically progressive bands, The Moody Blues. Ann Wilson of Heart speaks of the monumental impact this band had on not only her life, but the lives of millions growing up during the psychedelic 60’s. The Moody Blues are, as Wilson calls them, a “kick-ass rock band” that appeals to any listener looking for music “with substance.” The band thanks the millions of fans who took this musical journey with them through songs that transcended time, space, and quite possibly, this dimension.
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    • 20 min
    The Cure & Trent Reznor, 2019

    The Cure & Trent Reznor, 2019

    Trent Reznor got to pay tribute to one of his biggest influences by inducting The Cure into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Class of 2019. Reznor speaks for the millions of fans around the world, discussing how The Cure’s music became a soundtrack to his youth, due in part to Robert Smith shaping complex ideas in radio-friendly songs. Robert Smith and the band receive a standing ovation as approach the stage to thank everyone for supporting them every step of the way.
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    • 18 min
    The Jackson 5 & Diana Ross, 1997

    The Jackson 5 & Diana Ross, 1997

    The Jackson 5’s Induction into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame celebrated this dynamic group as well as the legacy of Motown Records. In this episode, Diana Ross and Berry Gordy both share fond memories of the boys, while Gordy points out how the band's importance goes far beyond music. Jackie, Tito, Jermaine, Marlon and Michael all show off that sincere Jackson humility as they thank their parents, mentors and many more who helped them along the way.
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    • 23 min

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