Guitarist talks Bert Berns, Darlene Love and Deep Purple at Rock and Roll Hall of Fame
"Steve Miller should have his own damn parking spot at the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame if he wants it," Dan Auerbach says at Brooklyn ceremony
"Every hard rock band in the last 40 years, including mine, traces its lineage directly back to Black Sabbath, Led Zeppelin and Deep Purple," says Metallica's Lars Ulrich
Band played favorites, including "Highway Star," "Hush," "Green Onions" and "Smoke on the Water"
In advance of the 2016 induction, we look at who might join the ranks through 2021
"We were one of the prime bands of our era and we continue to be a top band," says Smashing Pumpkins singer
Kid Rock to also welcome Cheap Trick into Rock Hall at Brooklyn induction ceremony
"We can't wrestle people to the ground and make them perform together," says Hall of Fame President Joel Peresman
Axl sings with Bruce; Prince shreds with Petty — relive three decades of all-star performances
"Any friendship we had went away when I had to file a federal lawsuit," says drummer
"The induction is not – in clear fact – for Deep Purple," Ian Gillan writes of 2016 induction, which won't include current members Steve Morse and Don Airey
They were joined by Joe Perry, Ron Wood and Flea on a chaotic rendition of "Train Kept-A Rollin'"
Steve Miller and Chicago will also be inducted at Brooklyn ceremony on April 8th
Handwritten lyrics, a Joni Mitchell painting, the jeans Nash wore at Woodstock and other memorabilia from singer-songwriter's "Touching the Flame" exhibit
Watch an amazingly faithful rendition of the 1972 prog masterpiece "Watcher of the Skies"