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Live backstage with Mark Radcliffe 16th November 2100-0000
to Mark Radcliffe's show live from backstage.
See the backstage photos.
The UK Music Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony was staged at London's Alexandra Palace on 16th November where Mark Radcliffe and co-host Mark Ellen presented a special and extended show backstage featuring special guests from the ceremony.
The latest legends of British rock to be inducted into the UK Music Hall of Fame this year are
Joy Division/New Order
The show featured some remarkable performances and unique collaborations from artists such as:
paying tribute to
tribute performed by
classic, 'Love Will Tear Us Apart'
A super group featuring Slash playing in honour of
received 2005's Honorary Membership of the UK Music Hall of Fame in acknowledgement of his exceptional contribution to British music.
Artists are selected for induction by the UK Music Hall of Fame Steering Group - a panel comprising over 60 respected artists, music journalists, broadcasters and music industry executives.
Last year's Induction Ceremony saw
The Rolling Stones
become the inaugural members of the UK Music Hall of Fame. The highly respected founder of Island Records Chris Blackwell was awarded Honorary Membership for services to the music industry.
Radio 2's Dermot O'Leary hosted the climactic Induction Ceremony with
broadcasting live from backstage. You can watch the show on
on Thursday 17th November.
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