RRHOF Inductees Ceremony at Nokia Theatre

FEELING THE RUSH: Canadian prog-power trio Rush were the crowd favorites at last night’s 28th Annual Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Induction Ceremonies, held in L.A. for the first time in two decades, with Heart, Randy Newman, Public Enemy, Donna Summer and Albert King also welcomed into the hallowed Hall, while Quincy Jones and Lou Adler received non-performer honors. There were plenty of highlights, including Flavor Flav hijacking the proceedings as bandmate Chuck D looked on ominously, impatiently tapping the rapper's ever-present clock around his neck, while Rush’s Alex Lifeson delivered his acceptance speech completely in “blah blah blahs," acting out his reactions. For a full rundown from our man on the aisle, fresh from a bong session at UMPG, click here. The telecast, produced by Joel Gallen's Tenth Planet Productions, will air on HBO May 18. (4/19p)

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