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Rock and Roll Hall of Fame: The music world comes to Cleveland

The Rock Hall's 30th Annual Induction Ceremony held at Public Hall on April 18. (Source: WOIO) The Rock Hall's 30th Annual Induction Ceremony held at Public Hall on April 18. (Source: WOIO)
John Legend on the Red Carpet. (Source: WOIO) John Legend on the Red Carpet. (Source: WOIO)
Miley Cyrus on the red carpet. (Source: WOIO) Miley Cyrus on the red carpet. (Source: WOIO)
Many people came to Cleveland Saturday for the Rock And Roll Induction Ceremony. And while they can learn a lot about their favorite artists from the Inductees Exhibit, many are discovering what makes "Cleveland Rock."

Tracy Morse of Toledo said, "actually, I love Cleveland, I've been to the Hall of Fame before but didn't really spend much time downtown."

For some fans the excitement builds as they stumble upon Cleveland's Walk of Fame. The records cast into the sidewalk from Cleveland Public Hall pave the way to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.

Music lovers came from across the state and around the world. Steve Pike is an Alice Cooper fan who came from Hobart, Tasmanian.  "A blast, absolute blast. Love the people, love the place," said Pike.

Many music fans came to town to not only see their favorites getting inducted but to catch a glimpse of the stars. The sidewalk across from the Ritz Carlton Hotel is one of the best spots in town for fans.

One excited fan claimed, "I seen Alice Cooper, Joe Walsh, Ringo Star and Barbara Bach."

Adoring fans made it to the Roll and Roll city from just about every corner of the world and every age group. Mary Mannix of Long Island, New York recently celebrated her 92nd birthday. She visited the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in a city she adores. "It's an interesting town, very exciting."

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