LONDON (CelebrityAccess MediaWire) — Bon Jovi, James Brown and Brian Wilson will all be inducted into the UK Music Hall Of Fame in November.
They join home-grown legends Led Zeppelin, Dusty Springfield, Rod Stewart and Sir George Martin to receive honors at the induction ceremony, which will take place at London’s Alexandra Palace on 14 November.
Sir George, legendary producer of the Beatles, is set to receive a special honor which recognizes “his exceptional contribution to British music”.
It is expected that both Bon Jovi and James Brown will perform at the ceremony. There will also be a number of tribute performances during the ceremony, with Aussie rockers Wolfmother honoring Led Zeppelin, whilst Patti LaBelle and Joss Stone will sing the songs of Dusty Springfield.
A panel of more than 60 artists, journalists and music industry executives decide which artists go into the hall of fame.
Among the acts already inducted are the Beatles, the Rolling Stones, U2, Bob Dylan, and Elvis Presley.