It’s been more than two months since Steve Miller was inducted into the Rock&Roll Hall of Fame but he still has a lot to say regarding his experience and the way he was treated. He is now even planning on investigating the charitable efforts and finances of RockHall to make sure that everything is what it should be.
This Tuesday, during an interview with Howard Stern, Miller explained what happened between him and the Hall and even referred to it as “three months of insults and bulls”. He even said that he felt like they were more interested in having him on the telecast, rather than being inducted into the Rock Hall.
Before that interview and even during his acceptance speech, he repeatedly criticized RockHall and revealed that his band members had to pay for their tickets and he didn’t even have a say in who will induct him at the ceremony. Miller was so irritated that he was even thinking of not showing up.
“I’m gonna get these guys,” he told Stern. “They’re gonna be sorry that they treated all these people this way.”….
We cannot wait to see what Steve has planned for the RockHall! Way to go!
Watch the interview below:
This right here is the reason why now I truly understand why I respect and admire this incredible artist so much! He couldn’t have said it better and I am glad that finally someone is talking about the issues and controversies that are going around Rock&Roll Hall of Fame and its ridiculous inductions throughout the years. I did a lot of publications regarding RockHall and I’m glad that I can finally make one dedicated to a musician that’s not afraid to telling it how it truly is. He’s the real deal – a genuine rockstar and such a respectful human – nothing can hold him back!