Eminem, Jimmy Page and Others Tapped as 2009 'Rock and Roll Hall of Fame' Presenters
Rapper Eminem and former guitarist of Led Zeppelin, Jimmy Page, have both been appointed to make a hosting job at this year's "Rock and Roll Hall of Fame" induction ceremony. They will be joined by other presenters, including Ron Wood of The Rolling Stones, Flea of Red Hot Chili Peppers, and two members of The E Street Band, Max Weinberg and Garry Tallent.
Eminem is set to induct Run DMC, Jimmy will induct Jeff Beck, while both Wax and Garrye are going to induct two of Elvis Presley's musicians, DJ Fontana and Bill Black. As for Ron and Flea, they will induct Metallica and Bobby Womack respectively.
Other musicians to join the star-studded presenters line-up at the ceremony are Paul Shaffer and Smokey Robinson. Paul is planned to induct Spooner Oldham, while Smokey is scheduled to induct Little Anthony & The Imperials.
2009 "Rock and Roll Hall of Fame" induction ceremony will be held on April 4 at Public Auditorium in Cleveland. Inductees were chosen by 600 voters of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Foundation. Wanda Jackson, country music singer who is known as The Queen of Rockabilly, is also among those to be inducted to the Hall.
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