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Tupac, Pearl Jam named R&R Hall of Fame inductees

By Reuters
21 December 2016   |   5:00 am
In their first year of eligibility, rapper Tupac Shakur and Seattle grunge band Pearl Jam make the list of 2017 Rock & Roll Hall of Fame inductees, joining classic rock bands Journey, Yes, ELO and folk legend Joan Baez.

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