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And Johnny Cash.
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Why they had -- -- took them.
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After they gonna open performance it was on -- couldn't believe it.
What's interesting you see people that -- shy.
We're kind of subdued on stage now in the second they step on -- they come alive and it looked like it was going to be physically able so -- And that's what -- he's going to be you can really one of the godfathers of rock that's really going to be there it's kind of anchored to this whole show.
You have to have people like him along with these other performers all I noticed to Johnny Otis.
Was inducted as a non performer and of course it wasn't.
At one it was -- and but -- was.
People all almost only groups now root problem don't don't do it right there and have some -- -- that -- -- all the -- -- -- was inductees it is Bob.
Looked at it as a producer and arranger because one thing that's -- -- about rock and all there's a performers that we recognize.
And that's one thing that we obviously ducked every year but we also need to go and look at the people that had that got people there.
It's people there's agents there's managers there's producers there's -- Rangers -- -- -- that we have a separate category.
They're obviously the performers are very important.
But some people would support them to people that make them what they are they can really that we need to recognize as well but what do -- -- -- -- have been eligible.
25 year sort of first record is out so by that point you -- of these people one hit wonders.
Or did they really have significance you know and that's again we look at -- we do the nomination process you look at not who sold the -- records who sold those tickets.
Who's both been the most influential and that's why it's such a wide variety of people and people I say why isn't this one wrecked it nominated wise -- that when nominated.
Why is Otis Redding was Miles Davis -- in this one.
Rock and -- some -- -- wide variety of people that's a lot of different things to different people and that's why we tried to rock and roll hall thing we try to celebrate that.
And we do that again to the educational programs and soon due to the library and archives -- is trying to show how broad rock and roll is.
And how important it's a cultural institution the museum is as important as this is the art form of our generation we need to have a recognized -- -- to attract the philanthropy to support.
Now I'm thinking -- you're talking that you intruder got in America as a very difficult.
Of -- -- laden was very different ultimate protection and I don't know.
And I'm I'm -- -- more ironic that you learn about a mister Paris -- -- ourselves -- people will be talking.
But I have to -- consider retirement isn't -- -- done but I'm on on just my mind of someone in the surrender of your groups or from public -- Well we think it's important and who -- you you're trying to attract.
Philanthropy were trying to show people how important rock and roll is in our lives a culture and that's what the museum.
And alive and archives does and that's what do we need to show and we show it -- -- -- important any other culture institution in America.
A lot of nominates a volunteer you know you know there weren't I didn't use and I think ours was irritated about -- -- original personally I don't not straightaway -- Was they didn't restore.
I did and on the stone -- -- just simply operated.
No no for an hour which happened a lot I'm right I'm in a while I was in high school.
-- -- -- Kazaa Prescott high school in Arizona.
Who who prefer little Russia's version of -- forwarded and development smaller took out rooms a battle over school -- emotional -- line.
A lot of -- But -- talked about influence of some hours wondered.
You know there are a lot of them a lot of that West Coast -- our ended.
All but it took mostly it was played on Egyptian and -- was.
An American citizen and recklessness of the summit on development and -- Who were influential.
And -- demanded an apple has prepared to -- -- -- or why a group like that what would overlook.
Is about the -- -- is never closed book about who can be inducted.
If you look at adventures were inducted a few years ago Jeff and I wanted to dot -- -- shot -- -- the masters of the year it's interesting you know I said the same thing when I heard about it and then we started reaching out to people do the induction of them.
Tons of you know everyone from Jon Jon Fogarty who ended up doing it so many other acts that that's one of the reasons why they picked up the guitar with some of the you know the early on that's our music and that's.
Which interest -- so you think about things like the -- does.
It's never -- -- who can be inducted.
People we always have part of our committee that looks back at artists that potentially might have been overlooked and try to bring into people's attention why they should be -- on a permanent personal connection to -- I don't know but -- -- about it.
Of some some I get up Margaret understand models are -- that's what I walked into the -- to get to the route to the green room today some and I got welcome disorderly conduct after -- is inducted and I had a good answer for us.
And it like took so long ago it's a great job and it's not been involved in music business you really my whole career I've always like music as I was I was I -- wondered how -- had such close relationships with artists all right and alternative for.
Brought to an entire career.
Whether that was still what has now it's actually well that's one thing it's been fantastic good because when we do the induction ceremonies.
To be able to reach out to the artists a lot of the managers and -- agents that I grew up with in the business.
Are still in the business.
And these shows that we're doing next week.
After gardeners get the chance to work with people and I've worked with really my whole career multiples of inflation he'll be fantastic shows that people who go -- -- website to bite to about tickets which is rock called 25 dot com.
And see about some news VIP packages that are still available posted tickets are sold out but doable I'll be released a few tickets here and there if you put the production and off and then you have the book in the CD in the dvds you -- got.
As you look at -- groups now.
Who might be eligible.
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Absolutely being Green Day Pearl Jam Nirvana there's lot of facts and and -- what's interesting now -- I think there's so much access for younger people to find out about not only accept their fans of Green Day and even some of the newer acts that are out now.
They can really tracer influences much so much easier back to the doors and some of the -- some of these early -- wanted to implement different acts of arsenal -- -- Absolutely wrong I think it awkward Kid Rock yeah we think acts like that when their time and again that's one of the reasons why this -- 25 year period.
Let's see what they do let's see how they continue to -- to a vault.
How influential they continue to be because you see that it's -- -- -- -- influential to you future groups but people.
-- can really have the opportunity Trace.
Where they'd like where they got through influences back back further and that's what the museum and art library archives and everything really strikes to show people on norm not solve all their guys to death and rules we're we're -- network them.
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That you should if you ever -- to do any kind of -- sometimes you're more than welcome to do with full yet fully operational -- -- when you're you're terrific representative.
Of the rock overall program.
For a couple race.
Not as I've said I'm not sure I wash my what -- -- guy.
And America is far from the parliament to mark for the -- some flak -- come on line -- thanks for having if you think you know it's important for people to know how important the proper -- so important to so many people and that's what we're all about what we're trying to get across to employ a -- -- -- soundtrack for reporters -- -- from well -- -- of people I would -- -- people get married -- don't walk down the -- holding your favorite -- they have their efforts -- back to Mexico yeah.
But don't terrorists are all primary and absorb turnaround embarked by the way as liberalism of coffee table book -- -- -- rock and roll fan at all front.
Don't want -- -- forward or so in order to -- as a -- himself available.
And of course a conscious commitment sort of -- -- now.
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