Rock Legends Honored Multiple Times In Rock and Roll Hall Of Fame

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The Rock and Roll Hall Of Fame and Museum is a museum located in Cleveland, Ohio, United States. It is dedicated to the memory of some of the most important and influential artists, producers, sound engineers, and personalities who have influenced the music industry. Especially the museum deals with the history that concerns rock and roll. One of the best moments in the history of RRHOF is it had honored multiple times some of the rock legends deserving, see the list below:


Eric Clapton

On March 6, 2000, guitarist and singer Eric Clapton was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame for his solo career. That way he would become the first artist to be included 3 times. Clapton had previously been included as a member of The Yardbirds (1992) and Cream (1993). Clapton has been considered one of the best guitarists of all time by specialized media, including Rolling Stone and Time Magazine.


John Lennon

John Lennon’s entry as a soloist into the Rock ‘N’ Roll Hall of Fame. Yoko received the award for John. John Lennon became the second artist to enter the Rock ‘N’ Roll Hall of Fame twice, first was with The Beatles on January 20, 1988.


Paul McCartney

Paul McCartney was inducted into the rock n ‘roll hall of fame at the same time as The Beatles’ producer George Martin. But it wasn’t particularly a matter of pride. The problem was, Linda McCartney, Paul’s partner, wife, and colleague, had died a year earlier and couldn’t be there to share the joy. There was no explanation for delaying Paul’s induction into the Rock n ‘Roll Hall of Fame as a solo artist, as a Hall of Famer he had joined as one of the Beatles in ’88.


George Harrison

George Harrison was inducted as a solo musician into the Rock n ‘Roll Hall of Fame 2004, joining Paul and John for the second time, since in 1988 they did so as a band. Leading the speech are his fellow Traveling Wilburys Tom Petty and Jeff Lynne, who shouted “Hare Krishna” give Dhani and Olivia a pass to receive the trophy.


Ringo Starr

The 30th annual Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame gala was held in Cleveland, Ohio, where Ringo Starr as w”inducted” by Paul McCartney himself, closing the night with a performance by Ringo that included “It Don’t Come Easy ”,“ Boys ”, and two songs with Paul:“ With a Little Help From My Friends ”and“ I Wanna Be Your Man ”.The speeches, as always, were loaded with humor and jokes. At the ante-gala, Ringo – like other winners – answered questions from the press and promised to “remember this ceremony”, making a reference to the ceremony where The Beatles entered the hall of fame, and Ringo seemed a bit … “Altered”.


Stevie Nicks

The only woman to be inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame twice. The Fleetwood Mac singer was inducted into the band in 1998 and again as a solo artist in 2019.


Paul Simon

Simon was inducted into the Hall of Fame as a solo artist and as part of the duo Simon & Garfunkel. The exhibition in Cleveland also bought together more than 80 objects, such as Simon’s first acoustic guitar, an original recording contract from Simon & Garfunkel, the handwritten lyrics of The Boxer, and a letter that Simon wrote as a teenager to Art Garfunkel from a summer camp for The Rock And Roll Museum and Hall of Fame an exhibition that traces the career of musician Paul Simon.


Peter Gabriel

In 2014 was the first time Peter Gabriel has been nominated as a solo artist, he was inducted in 2010 as a member of Genesis. The influence of Peter Gabriel is so wide that it is now almost imperceptible.


Ronnie Wood

Ronnie Wood is one of the world’s leading rock guitarists and has been inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame twice, with The Rolling Stones and Faces. Ronnie has also pursued a notable parallel career as a highly regarded entertainer and, as a natural storyteller, has won a record three prestigious Sony Radio Personality Awards for his show The Ronnie Wood Show.


Lou Reed

Lou Reed was posthumously honored after being inducted twice into the Rock Hall of Fame as a solo musician and as the founding member of The Velvet Underground.


Jeff Beck

One of the most influential and charismatic guitarists in rock history, primarily due to his seminal work with the Yardbirds and his diversity of styles. Jeff Beck was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame as a member of the Yardbirds in 1992 and as a solo artist in 2009.

Jimmy Page

With a career as successful as it is unruly, and despite the number of ups and downs in his private life, it is undeniable that Jimmy Page has influenced countless artists with his music, and that he has been one of the greatest rock stars in history. Jimmy Page has had the honor of entering the hall of fame twice, the first time was in 1992 with The Yardbirds, and the second was in 1995 with Led Zeppelin. Not bad for someone who found their first guitar by chance.


Dave Grohl

2021 class of the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame was announced, which has placed Dave Grohl, once again, at the gates of immortality in music, something that he achieved for the first time not long ago with Nirvana in 2014.


Rod Stewart

Over the years he has been considered one of the great singers in rock history. He has also won dozens of awards and decorations for his contribution to music, including a Brit Award, a Grammy Award, and recognition as a founder of ASCAP. On the other hand, he has been inducted twice into the Rock Hall of Fame; the first in 1994 as a soloist and the other in 2012 as a member of Faces, and in turn was inducted into the UK Hall of Fame in 2006.


Graham Nash

Nash has twice been inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, once as a member of Crosby, Stills & Nash, and once with The Hollies.


David Crosby

Crosby has been inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame twice, once for his work with The Byrds and again with Crosby, Stills & Nash.


Stephen Stills

In 1997 Stephen Stills was inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame with Crosby, Stills & Nash, occasion where Stills and Crosby received their second anduction, as they had already been inducted into this select group by Buffalo Springfield and The Byrds respectively.


Neil Young

Neil Young has achieved it all: being considered one of the great guitarists of his time, winning several Grammys, entering the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame twice, and even having a spider discovered in 2007 be named in his honor: the Myrmekiaphila neilyoungi.


Gregg Rolie

When you’re a two-time member of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, you don’t have much to prove like the legendary singer-songwriter and keyboardist Gregg Rolie, who has that rare distinction as a founding member and original lead vocalist of Santana and Journey, and who has also been a mainstay of Ringo Starr’s All-Starr Band since 2012.