6. Led Zeppelin (1995)
Led Zeppelin's induction came at a very, very awkward time for the group. Jimmy Page and Robert Plant had just announced a reunion tour, and they didn't even bother to tell John Paul Jones it was happening. He found out when he saw an advertisement on TV. He took a crack at his former bandmates by thanking them for "remembering my phone number" at the podium. The group still came together, with Jason Bonham on drums, to play "When the Levee Breaks" with Neil Young and "Bring It on Home" with Steven Tyler and Joe Perry. It was a little sloppy and Neil Young maybe played a little too much, but it was still amazing to see them together again. It would be another 12 years before they played together again.