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The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame: The First 25 Years by Holly George-WarrenOne of music journalism’s most celebrated writers takes you behind the scenes of the hallowed temple of rock and roll in this in-depth retrospective of Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Holly George-Warren, author of Punk 365, Grateful Dead 365, and co-author of The Road to Woodstock, offers a penetrating look at every musician, writer, producer, and performer inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame during its first twenty-five years. George-Warren recounts in detail their careers, influences, greatest hits, and tons of behind-the-scenes lore, along with hundreds of transcriptions of acceptance and induction speeches from the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame’s vast archives that have never been published anywhere ever before. An unforgettable story accompanied by dozens of dazzling photographs, this unique compendium of rock’s greatest achievers is a crucial treasure for music lovers everywhere.
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Like many others reviewing this, I grew up with rock. Was expecting much more. Poor lighting, hard to navigate and poor sound. Staff were helpful. Fortunately we walked from our hotel
For about the previous dozen years, attendance at the Hall's museum in Cleveland, Ohio, had been flat. Harris' predecessors, he said, were getting by managing expenses, but there was more that the museum could do to reach an international audience of music fans. The Hall identified that prospective visitors wanted more immersive activities and more modern forms of storytelling, along with more of the museum's longtime staple of music artifacts. This week, tied to its latest induction ceremony on Saturday, the museum unveiled a renovated "Hall of Fame" floor and interactive voting stations for visitors to weigh in on the Hall's next class of inductees. While the Hall was gearing up to induct its 33rd set of artists on Saturday — a class of inductees that includes acts like Nina Simone, Bon Jovi, and The Cars — Harris spoke to Business Insider earlier this week about how the museum has grown to become a "major international attraction. In Cleveland, just the 51st most-populated city in the US, the museum stands out in a number of ways.