Rock Hall Induction Ceremony Snags Guys From Maroon 5 and Train

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This guy will be at the Rock Hall inductions
  • This guy will be at the Rock Hall inductions

The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame just announced a few more performers for the big induction ceremony taking place on March 25 in New York.

In addition to the previously announced presenters (the Bee Gees, Trey Anastasio, Billie Joe Armstrong, etc.), a few other artists have been named as performers: Faith Hill, Chris Isaak, Maroon 5's Adam Levine and Jesse Carmichael, Train's Pat Monahan, Ronnie Spector, Fefe Dobson, Eric Burdon and Peter Wolf.

Sounds fun, huh?

They're also promising "several surprise guests." Not sure how they're gonna top the guys from Maroon 5 and Train (yes, I'm joking), but we'll see.

Unfortunately, we're gonna have to see it on Fuse, since the ceremony is in New York again, and not in Cleveland. Sucks I won't be able to see the guys from Maroon 5 and Train in person. There I go again ... —Michael Gallucci (follow me on Twitter @mgallucci)

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