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Eminem, Red Hot Chili Peppers bassist Flea and guitar legend Jimmy Page are among the celebrity presenters who will pay tribute to honourees at this year’s Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction ceremony.
The ceremony, which will be held April 4 at the Public Auditorium in Cleveland, honours inductees who were chosen by the 600 voters of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Foundation. Artists are eligible 25 years after the release of their first recording.
Rap pioneers Run-DMC will be inducted by Eminem, who is returning from a long hiatus with the release of two albums later this year.
Michael Buble’s home province of British Columbia is tipping its hat to the Canadian crooner.
The Burnaby native, who has won a Grammy and several Juno awards, was among 10 people named to the B.C. Entertainment Hall of Fame on Tuesday.
Other 2009 inductees include television and film veterans Nicholas Campbell (“Naked Lunch,” “Da Vinci’s Inquest”) and Gabrielle Rose (“The Sweet Hereafter”), as well as Terry McBride, founder and CEO of Nettwerk Music Group, the label that represents Sarah McLachlan and The Barenaked Ladies.
Leonard Cohen was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame on Monday, and the 73-year-old singer said that he had never let himself imagine receiving the honour.
“This is a very unlikely occasion for me,” he said in his acceptance speech. “It is not a distinction that I coveted or even dared dream about.”
Lou Reed read a selection of the former poet’s work at the ceremony, and said simply in his own words, “We’re so lucky to be alive at the same time Leonard Cohen is.”
During his stunning career, Cohen wrote such songs as Suzanne, First We Take Manhattan and Hallelujah.
He was born in Montreal.