They may like to rock and roll all night, but they won’t be doing it at the Rock ‘N Roll Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony this year.
The Associated Press reports that Kiss fans held a protest outside of the museum in Cleveland on Saturday to protest the fact that the 70s rockers have not been inducted into the hall of fame, despite the fact that they have been eligible since the 1990s.
A band is eligible for induction into the hall of fame 25 years after their first record was released. The protest saw 200 Kiss fans outside the hall of fame, some even in trademark Kiss make up.
A spokesperson for the hall of fame told the Associated Press this is the first time that fans have protest an artist not getting into the hall of fame.