Watch: Ric Ocasek's Hall Of Fame Induction With The Cars

The late front man and the rest of The Cars had already cemented their legacy in the Music World long before they finally were inducted in the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame in 2018. Their catalog of hit records, live performances (including a crowd of 100,000 at .J.F.K. Stadium in Philly for Live Aid '85) has had a lasting impression on decades of artists and fans alike.

In his induction speech, Ocasek reveals that his career had come full circle saying:

"I lived in Cleveland for awhile. It was actually the first place I played music in front of people. I think it was only about 20 blocks away. I've only moved this far up the street for all those years..."

Watch a snippet of the speech and performances from that night below. R.I.P. Ric, your legacy remains as will the inspiration you'll provide for decades to come.

via Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame

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