Miley Cyrus jamming with Joan Jett and Dave Grohl was a highlight; so was the duet between Stevie Wonder and John Legend.
It’s also for her Happy Hippie Foundation.
“There isn’t one other person on this planet that has been an inspiration to me like you have,” Miley Cyrus said of Joan Jett.
Also: Zac Brown and Tom Morello will jam, Beck, Nate Ruess and Karen O will duet and John Legend will pay tribute to Bill Withers.
Joan Jett has some words of wisdom for young female rockers who dream of following in her footsteps.
Her already great year just got even better.
The induction ceremony will take place Cleveland’s Public Hall on April 18, 2015; tickets go on sale this Thursday.
She is Joan Jett and she approves that message, which flashes some frightening statistics across the screen including that in 2013 there were more laws passed to limit women’s reproductive rights than the entire previous decade.
She also talks about her new film role, the Germs, the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and feminism.
Cheap Trick, Darlene Love, Brody Dalle and Kathleen Hanna with Adam Horovitz were among the other performers paying tribute to Jett last night in New York City.