Rock ‘n’ Roll Hall of Fame Bands, from A-to-Z: Volume 1

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Rock music is powerful, soulful, and energizing. These bands have played their way into a permanent home in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in Cleveland. Let's take a look at the greats, from A to Z. (There is no X in the Rock Hall as of yet.)

Aerosmith: Class of 2001

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The Beach Boys: Class of 1988

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The Clash: Class of 2003

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The Doors: Class of 1993

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Earth, Wind and Fire: Class of 2000

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Fleetwood Mac: Class of 1998

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Guns N' Roses: Class of 2012

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Heart: Class of 2013

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Ike and Tina Turner: Class of 1991

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Joan Jett and the Blackhearts: Class of 2015

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KISS: Class of 2014

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Led Zeppelin: Class of 1995

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Metallica: Class of 2009

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Nine Inch Nails: Class of 2020

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The O'Jays

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Pearl Jam

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Queen: Class of 2001

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Ramones: Class of 2002

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Sex Pistols: Class of 2006

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Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers: Class of 2002

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U2: Class of 2005

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Van Halen: Class of 2007

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The Who: Class of 1990

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Yes: Class of 2017

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ZZ Top: Class of 2004

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