The Rock-n-Roll Hall of fame inductions are at the Barkleys Center in Brooklyn on Thursday, including Peter Gabriel, Nirvana and Kiss.
Let's  honor all three for our Classic Rock Pick of the Week!

Kiss formed in the Big Apple in 1973 with original members, Peter Criss, Paul Stanley, Ace Frehley and Gene Simmons.
Other members have included Eric Carr, Ace Vinnie Vincent, Mark St. John and Bruce Kulick.
The current line-up consists of Gene, Paul, Tommy Thayer and Eric Singer.

Nirvana was formed in Aberdeen Washington in 1987 by Kurt Cobain and Krist Novoselic.
The band enjoyed a meteoric rise in the music world up until Cobain's death in 1994.

Peter Gabriel, born in England in 1950, has had a long successful career, having been the lead singer of Genesis, and then going solo.
Peter has 20 albums to his credit between Genesis, solo and soundtracks.

Congratulations to all three inductees, and thanks for making the rock world a better place!