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article imageRock and Roll Hall of Fame panel hosted by Klipsch Audio

By Markos Papadatos     Apr 8, 2016 in Music
New York - On April 6, in advance of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction ceremony on Friday, Klipsch Audio presented a panel discussion with three inductees for this yea's induction ceremony.
The event was hosted by John Varvatos, while Klpisch Audio celebrated its 70th anniversary. These three inductees included Matt Sorum from Guns Nā€™ Roses, Glenn Hughes from Deep Purple, as well as Zander from Cheap Trick. In addition, Chad Smith from the Red Hot Chili Peppers surprised the crowd at the end by making a few remarks about the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. These aforementioned rock stars discussed the importance of sound quality over the years.
Klipsch Audio is a presenting sponsor of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction ceremony, which has been affectionately dubbed as "rock music's biggest night." Klipsch continues to be the legendary high-performance brand of choice for audio-files and musicians, and is a leader in the audio industry.
Robin Zander is the lead singer of Cheap Trick, as well as its rhythm guitar player, who will be inducted tonight in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. His band has sold over 20 million albums, and they are touring across America.
Matt Sorum was inducted in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2012 as the drummer of Guns N' Roses in their first year of eligibility. He also played drums for the Grammy-winning rock group Velvet Revolver. He will be launching a new music blog and magazine,"The Musician's Ear."
Glenn Hughes is the front-man of Deep Purple and the bassist, who is also being inducted tonight, similar to Zander. Deep Purple has sold over 100 million records worldwide, and they are considered to be pioneers of heavy metal and hard rock.
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