Janet Jackson arrives at the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame induction ceremony at the Barclays Center on Friday, March 29, 2019, in New York. (Photo by Evan Agostini/Invision/AP)
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Genre-bending acts Radiohead and The Cure led a British invasion into Brooklyn Friday night to take their spots in the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame, while pop icon Janet Jackson entered the shrine in an induction many industry insiders consider long overdue.American folk rock legend Stevie Nicks became the first woman inducted twice -- having already earned a spot in the rock pantheon as a member of band Fleetwood Mac -- during a gala concert at New York's Barclays Center in Brooklyn to celebrate the seven 2019 honorees. British sensation Harry Styles inducted Stevie Nicks -- whose poetic vocals and bewitching stage presence have made her an intergenerational rock legend.Like Jackson, Radiohead opted not to perform as just two members, Ed O'Brien and Phil Selway, accepted the award on behalf of the atmospheric group chosen in their second year of eligibility.Acts can be inducted 25 years after their first commercial music release. Another British act, Roxy Music -- formed in 1970 in glam rock's heyday, providing a model for the 1980s New Wave scene -- saw Bryan Ferry reunite with the group.
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