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Watch Dave Grohl and Courtney Love Hug It Out on the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Induction Broadcast This Weekend

Image courtesy of Kevin Kane/WireImage for Rock and Roll Hall of Fame (via ABC News Radio)
Image courtesy of Kevin Kane/WireImage for Rock and Roll Hall of Fame (via ABC News Radio)

This past April 10, the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame held its annual induction ceremony for the first time in Brooklyn, New York, a star-studded event where the honorees included  Nirvana , KISS,   Peter Gabriel ,  Cat Stevens ,  Hall & Oates ,  Linda Ronstadt  and  The E Street Band .  As you'd expect, the bash included a few surprises -- including a conciliatory hug between Courtney Love and Dave Grohl , an all-female-front Nirvana performance, and more. Plenty of highlights from the event will be featured on HBO's  2014 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony , which premieres Saturday at 8 p.m. and runs until 11:15 p.m. ET on HBO.

Here are just some of the memorable moments to look out for when you tune in to the show:

-- Dave Grohl,  Krist Novoselic  and Nirvana touring guitarist  Pat Smear  rocking out on several of their band's songs with four female guest singers --  Joan Jett ,  Sonic Youth 's  Kim Gordon ,  St. Vincent  and  Lorde .

--  R.E.M.  singer  Michael Stipe  honoring Nirvana, whose surviving members stood at the podium alongside late frontman  Kurt Cobain 's widow, Courtney Love.

--  Coldplay  frontman  Chris Martin  inducting Gabriel, who then sang "Washing of the Water" with Martin and recreated his classic duet "In Your Eyes" with Senegalese singer  Youssou N'Dour .

--  Rage Against the Machine  guitarist  Tom Morello 's impassioned introduction for KISS, whose feuding original members played nice while giving their acceptance speeches -- but didn't perform.

--  The Roots ' drummer and band leader,  Questlove , honoring  Daryl Hall  and  John Oates , followed by a two-song set by the legendary blue-eyed soul duo.

--  Art Garfunkel  honoring Cat Stevens -- now known as  Yusuf Islam  -- who sang a few of his best-known hits, including "Wild World."

After its premiere, The  2014 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony  special will air numerous additional times on HBO channels.  The show also will be available for a limited time via the HBO On Demand service.  Visit  HBO.com  for more details.


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