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18 Great Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Superjams

Axl sings with Bruce; Prince shreds with Petty — relive three decades of all-star performances

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Mick Jagger and Tina Turner sing with an all-star band at the 4th Rock 'n' Roll Hall Of Fame induction at the Waldorf Astoria Hotel, New York City, 18th January 1989. (Photo by Dave Hogan/Hulton Archive/Getty Images)

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Rather than recognizing only past glories, the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame is a joyful appreciation of living history. “The people who created this music — the inventors of an entire half-century-old movement — are still around, alive and performing,” noted Bruce Springsteen, a familiar face at the annual induction ceremonies. Ever since the first gathering at New York’s Waldorf-Astoria on January 23rd, 1986, these events have brought together some of music’s finest for show-stopping, genre-defying jam sessions.

One night a year, the rock stars align in unlikely lineups to deliver classic songs in a completely new way. We expect new inductees Cheap Trick, N.W.A, Deep Purple, Chicago and Steve Miller to continue this grand tradition. As the Rock Hall turns 30, we fast-forward through the awards to the real party — when generations of musicians take the stage to swap riffs.

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