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Heart, Rush and even Donna Summer were inducted into the R&R Hall Of Fame last night.
The classic 1975 to 1979 Heart lineup -- featuring sisters Ann and Nancy Wilson along with lead guitarist Roger Fisher, bassist Steve Fossen, longtime guitarist/keyboardist Howard Leese, and drummer Michael DeRosier -- was inducted. But - Rush fans have been up upset with the Hall overlooking original Rush drummer, John Rutsey. Rutsey co-founded the band, played on their 1973 debut single -- a cover of Buddy Holly's "Not Fade Away" -- as well as the band's 1973 self-titled album. Rutsey, who quit the band due to complications from diabetes in 1974, died in 2008.
The traditional jam to end the show featured the members of Rush, Ann and Nancy Wilson of Heart, Chuck D. from Public Enemy, Dave Grohl and Taylor Hawkins of Foo Fighters, Chris Cornell from Soundgarden, John Fogerty, Gary Clark Jr., Tom Morello and DMC of Run-DMC broke out "Crossroads." The show will air on HBO on May 18th.