2016 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction ceremony

Updated 6:54 PM ET, Sat April 9, 2016
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Inductee Robin Zander of Cheap Trick performs at the 31st Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame induction ceremony on Friday, April 8, in New York City. When Cheap Trick cut its first album in 1977, it established a signature sound, the Hall of Fame said. "It has never changed it much. It didn't need to." Theo Wargo/Getty Images
Inductee Steve Miller performs. "Miller perfected a psychedelic blues sound that drew on the deepest sources of American roots music and simultaneously articulated a compelling vision of what music -- and, indeed, society -- could be in the years to come," the Rock Hall of Fame said. Theo Wargo/Getty Images
Ice Cube speaks during N.W.A.'s induction. They're visionaries who broke down barriers in society to let the rest of the world in on the harsh confinement of street life in America's forgotten corners, like Compton. Theo Wargo/Getty Images
Kimbra performs a tribute to the late David Bowie. Theo Wargo/Getty Images
Inductee Robert Lamm of Chicago performs. With jazz horns, the Chicago Transit Authority blasted wide-eyed, breezy reality right into it, and in its lyrics took vivid sun-drenched strolls like in "Saturday in the Park." Theo Wargo/Getty Images
Inductees Walter Parazaider and Lee Loughnane of Chicago perform. An act has to be in business for at least 25 years after the release of its first album to be nominated. Theo Wargo/Getty Images
Grace Potter and Sheryl Crow perform a tribute to Glenn Frey, the co-founder of the Eagles who died earlier this year. Theo Wargo/Getty Images
Inductees Roger Glover, Ian Paice, and Ian Gillan of Deep Purple perform. "Led Zeppelin, Black Sabbath and Deep Purple. They are the Holy Trinity of hard rock and metal bands," said the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Theo Wargo/Getty Images