Carole King and Tina Turner both also have a shot to be inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame for a second time—and we'll find out if they've made the cut when the class of 2021 is announced later this year.
The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame will welcome a new batch of legends this November on HBO. Here's who inductees like Whitney Houston, Depeche Mode and more will be joining.
The usual Rock Hall induction showcase won't be happening live this year, but there will be an HBO special honoring the Class of 2020.
The annual celebration of influential musicians is the latest event forced to change plans in the wake of the pandemic.
In honor of the Notorious B.I.G.'s 2020 induction into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame, here's a look at how the icon moved rap from a counterculture into the mainstream.
The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame announced their 2020 class on Wednesday, and fans had a lot of opinions about some bands and solo artists not getting inducted.
I love the people at the Rock Hall. I love the fact that they dedicate so much time and energy to it being authentic," former Eagles lead guitarist Don Felder told Newsweek ahead of his performance Thursday.
Don't worry, Radiohead doesn't care about the Rock Hall of Fame.
Ed O'Brien would rather be home, sitting in front of the fire, than at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame ceremony, he told Rolling Stone.
Tom Petty, a Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee and the lead singer of The Heartbreakers, has died just weeks before his 67th birthday.
Rush great Geddy Lee joins on bass for performance of 'Roundabout' before Yes play 'Owner of a Lonely Heart.'
The pair became friends in the early 1990s after smoking marijuana together.
Seventies and early-'80s classic rock bands ELO, Journey and Yes get the nod after decades-long wait.
Tupac will be the first solo hip-hop artist to be enshrined in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.
"Origins Vol. 1" features Slash, Lita Ford, Paul Stanley on tracks by Thin Lizzy, the Troggs, Free and more.
The Rock Hall of Fame's limited selection process draws heat from skeptics, largely because those who do the choosing aren't themselves musicians.
Janet Jackson and Nine Inch Nails got snubbed.
The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame has unveiled a new crop of nominees for the class of 2016.
The "American Idiot" band's induction seems to usher in a new generation of artists for the historically classic rock-dominated institution.
The ceremony returns to Cleveland and will honor a select few rockers