21. Lynyrd Skynyrd (2006)
The Sex Pistols didn't show up to their Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction ceremony in 2006, and Blondie got into a nasty fight at the podium when Debbie Harry refused to perform with the former members of the group. It was perhaps the most awkward moment in Hall of Fame history. One might suspect that the wild southern boys in Lynyrd Skynyrd might have had some beef as well, considering their long-standing estrangement from drummers Artimus Pyle and Bob Burns and original guitarist Ed King. But the surviving members of the Skynyrd acted like princes that night. They graciously shared the spotlight and the stage with each other, playing an emotionally gut-wrenching "Freebird" for all the members of the band that passed away.