Sure, it's an incredible honor to be inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. This year's new entries consisted of N.W.A., Deep Purple, Cheap Trick, Chicago and Steve Miller - although the latter wasn't afraid to take a moment during his acceptance speech to criticize the musical institution. Once the Black Keys introduced the legendary rocker, Steve Miller addressed the crowd, saying that the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame needs to be more inclusive.

"I encourage you to keep expanding your vision, to be more inclusive of women," he said, also encouraging them to do more to support music education in schools. After his speech, Miller performed 'Fly Like an Eagle,' 'Rock'n Me,' and 'The Joker.'