Courtesy of Rock & Roll Hall of FameThe Rock & Roll Hall Fame induction ceremony takes place tonight at the Public Auditorium in Cleveland, and Bon Jovi, The Moody Blues, The Cars, Dire Straits and the late Nina Simone and Sister Rosetta Tharpe are the artists being honored at the event. Dave "Dino" DeNatale and Monica Robins went live on our site and on Facebook earlier today to give us the scene from the red carpet.
Our reporters will also be taking plenty of photos from the carpet before the ceremony beings at 7:30 p.m. Follow along on Twitter using the hashtags #3RockHall and #RockHall2018!
Stay tuned for updates throughout the evening! If you don't have a ticket, you can still watch the guests arrive for the event (assuming they take the walk down the red carpet).
Heart's Ann Wilson will welcome The Moody Blues into the Rock Hall. They both worked at this hip clothing store - Jeanswest, I was told. Benjamin Orr and The Cars, in November. "Sometimes they'd play their own stuff, and the bars would boot them out". Orr died in 2000 of pancreatic cancer, but his son, Ben, was on hand to celebrate his father's achievement.
The pioneering new wave band, which crafted catchy pop songs into Top 40 hits, was inducted Saturday by Brandon Flowers, lead singer of The Killers.
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But he said the Cars provided him entertainment while growing up in a small Utah town in a Mormon household.
"That started as an April Fool's joke, and I couldn't help but perpetuate the myth further when people started to take it a bit seriously", Clark said.
After sharing induction years with NY and Los Angeles, Cleveland will now get the program every other year.
Soul singer Nina Simone, who raised awareness with a dazzling voice during the civil rights movement, is rock and roll royalty.
It was hard to disagree after a magical night and a weekend when Cleveland was the center of the rock universe.