27. The Hollies (2010)
The Hollies never actually broke up, though without Graham Nash and Allan Clarke they've been a shell of themselves, playing oldies gigs around Europe. The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame was a rare opportunity to play to a large audience, but they didn't want to call off any gigs in Europe and so they didn't come. That didn't stop Nash, his lifelong friend Clarke and Terry Sylvester from showing up. Clarke had vocal problems and hadn't sung in years, but he managed to belt out "Bus Stop" and "Carrie Anne" with Paul Shaffer and his band. Sylvester wasn't told they were going to do "Long Cool Woman in a Black Dress" — a song he originally played on — and he ran onstage and grabbed the mic to sing a few lines. Nash was not very happy with the situation.