1. Simon & Garfunkel (1990)
The first few years of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction ceremony did manage to bring long-feuding acts like the The Temptations onto the same stage after many years, but there weren't really any performances until the big jam at the end of the night. Sadly, that meant the Four Seasons didn't get to sing any of their own songs in 1990. Simon & Garfunkel did manage to play "Bridge Over Troubled Water" and "The Boxer" in the middle of the chaos. It was first performance since Paul Simon killed a planned reunion album in 1984, causing all sorts of bad blood.