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Nirvana, the Seattle grunge band founded by the late Kurt Cobain, and the 1970s rockers from KISS are among six new inductees to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.
British singers and songwriters Peter Gabriel and Cat Stevens, folk-pop singer Linda Ronstadt and rock and soul duo Hall and Oates round out the list.
To be eligible for the honor, an artist or group must have released their debut album or single at least 25 years earlier.
The finalists were chosen by more than 700 voters from the Cleveland-based Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Foundation, and fans were also allowed to cast votes online.
The induction ceremony will take place in Brooklyn, New York on April 10.