4. The Doors (1993)
The 1993 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction ceremony could have been the biggest year ever for reunions had John Fogerty agreed to play with Creedence, but he left them at the podium to play with Bruce Springsteen. Bitter feelings from the incident linger all these years later. Thankfully, not only did Cream play that night, but the surviving members of the Doors agreed to play with Eddie Vedder. They did stellar renditions of "Light My Fire," "Roadhouse Blues" and "Break on Through." It was one of the only times the three surviving members of the Doors played together after the group broke up in 1973.