‘2013 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony’:
9 p.m. Saturday, HBO
It’s rare that relatives get to experience receiving one of music’s highest honors together.
But sooner or later — and their devotees believe it should have been sooner — it was bound to happen for Ann (above right) and Nancy (above left) Wilson, alias Heart.
The sibling rockers were among the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame’s 2013 inductees last month at Los Angeles’ Nokia Theatre, and HBO will televise the 28th annual ceremony. Randy Newman, Public Enemy, Rush and (posthumously) Albert King and Donna Summer also were honored.
Additionally, producer-manager Lou Adler and music entrepreneur Quincy Jones received the Ahmet Ertegun Award for Lifetime Achievement. Participants in the evening included Christina Aguilera, Harry Belafonte, Jackson Browne, Cheech and Chong, John Fogerty, Dave Grohl, Don Henley, Jennifer Hudson, Carole King, Spike Lee, John Mayer, and Usher.
Fellow Seattle music scene veterans Chris Cornell, Jerry Cantrell of Alice in Chains and Mike McCready of Pearl Jam took part in the tribute to Heart. Their four-decade career is marked by albums from 1976’s “Dreamboat Annie” to last fall’s “Fanatic,” and hits from the hard-driving “Crazy on You” and “Barracuda” to the reflective “These Dreams” and “Alone.”