Kiss' Rock Hall Kissoff

Gallo, Phil
March 2014
Billboard;3/8/2014, Vol. 126 Issue 8, p2
Trade Publication
The article discusses several conflicts between the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and its inductees as of March 2014, including the cancellation of a performance by the band Kiss due to a conflict in which band members would perform. Topics include the nomination of inductees and the voting process, the filming and broadcasting of an edited version of the annual event, and the expectation of inductees to perform for free and pay for family members to attend the event.


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