2. The Byrds (1991)
Nobody is going to argue that the Byrds played flawlessly at their 1991 induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, but it's a small miracle that it happened at all. They'd recently wrapped up a very bitter legal battle over the group's name. Relations were at an all-time low, but the original five members still sucked it up and played "Mr. Tambourine Man." Gene Clark died later that year, and Michael Clarke passed away two years after that.