The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame will again honor singles at this year's inductions.
But the museum's CEO adds that those songs will not be considered inductees. Greg Harris tells Cleveland.com that they'll receive a special place of honor on the shrine’s third level.
Harris says the selection of a single does not rule out future induction of the artist who recorded it -- meaning that Procol Harum, whose "Whiter Shade of Pale"; Steppenwolf, which made "Born to Be Wild" famous; and Chubby Checker, who twice took "The Twist" to number-one -- may be considered in future years.
So far, no word on when this year's list of singles will be revealed, or whether Steve Van Zandt, who presented that segment at the 2018 ceremony, will do it again this year.