The process of nominating and voting in the next class of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame is about to begin.
The Hall's president Joel Peresman says the nominating committee will meet for the first time next week:
"We have a nominating committee that meets every year; actually, they're meeting next week to start this process again. It's a group of really smart people. They have a variety of interests, disparate interests in different... genres of music. They get together and put forth and to give advocate statements for the artists they feel are... should be nominated and should be inducted."
While looking forward to the new names who'll surface, fans also have a chance to celebrate some of the legends who've been honored this decade.
The newly released Rock and Roll Hall of Fame: In Concert video set draws from induction night performances from 2010 to 2017. Among the featured artists are Ringo Starr, Cheap Trick, Heart, Chicago, ELO and Journey. The unique setting offers once-in-a-lifetime opportunities.
Joel Peresman talked about what makes Rock and Roll Hall of Fame: In Concert a must see video package:
"When we had Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr on stage in Cleveland, when Ringo was inducted, that also had Dave Grohl, Miley Cyrus, Zac Brown, Beck, Karen O... all these people on stage playing with them. Those create these performances that just don't happen again."
Some of the other unique moments pair Mick Jagger and Fergie; the surviving members of Nirvana with Joan Jett, Kim Gordon and Lorde; Heartjoined by fellow Seattle rock legends Pearl Jam and Alice in Chains; and five Chicago founding members playing together for the first time in 25 years.