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The 29th annual Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony is set to take place on April 10. Although it boasts an impressive list of inductees, there appears to be fewer available performers with each passing week. Found out who is out and who still remains undecided: reports that Cat Stevens is still "undecided" about showing up to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction ceremony next month, which would leave the Rock Hall with even fewer available performers. For now, the bill could just be Hall & Oates, Peter Gabriel, and The E Street Band. In years past, more stars have shared the Rock Hall Induction stage at one time!

KISS couldn't put their egos aside and give the fans that made them one night, Linda Ronstadt can't sing due to her struggle with Parkinson's disease, and Kurt Cobain's death (obviously) means Nirvana can't perform (sure, Dave Grohl, Krist Novoselic and Pat Smear could still take the stage....but is anyone that excited about that?). If Cat Stevens doesn't perform and Bruce doesn't join the E Street Band, this could be a Rock Induction Ceremony to quickly forget!