AceShowbiz - The 2019 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame ceremony has officially started! Stevie Nicks kicked off the celebration which took place on Friday, March 29 at Barclay Center in Brooklyn, New York by bringing along several of her fellow musicians for a medley performance. Among the singers that joined her on the stage was Harry Styles.
Stevie began her performance by performing "Stand Back", before Don Henley of Eagles accompanied her for a rendition of "Leather & Lace". They locked eyes throughout the performance. After Don exited, the songstress brought Harry to the stage to take over Tom Petty's part on "Stop Draggin' My Heart Around". The One Direction member skillfully played his guitar as they harmonized during the rendition.
The vocalist of Fleetwood Mac closed out her medley performance by belting out "Edge of Seventeen", which is deemed one of the greatest, most unforgettable rock songs of the era.
Harry later took the stage again to induct Stevie, whom he called "God." He said, "Stevie Nicks is the first female artist to be inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame for the second time. She's the magical gypsy godmother who occupies the in-between. She's responsible for more running mascara, including my own that all the bad dates in history... She is everything you ever wanted in a lady, a lover and a friend."
Besides Stevie, musicians who were inducted at this year's ceremony included Radiohead, Roxy Music, The Cure and Janet Jackson. Unlike other honorees, Radiohead didn't perform since drummer Philip Selway and guitarist Ed O'Brien were the only ones who were on hands to receive the honor, which was presented by David Bryne.
Janet also didn't perform at the ceremony, which saw Janelle Monae presenting her with the honor. It was reported that the veteran singer declined to perform because the event would be broadcast on HBO, the cable network that aired "Leaving Neverland".