Jerry Cantrell and Ann Wilson honor Chris Cornell with performance at Rock Hall

The 33rd Annual Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction ceremony took place at Cleveland's Public Auditorium on Saturday night. 

Bon Jovi, The Cars, Dire Straits and more were inducted with great perfomances to add to the celebration.

Seattle rockers Jerry Cantrell (Alice in Chains) and Ann Wilson (Heart) honored the late Chris Cornell with their own rendition of Black Hole Sun:

It was fitting since Cornell inducted Heart into the RHOF with this speech in 2013:

The King of all Media Howard Stern also gave a joke filled induction speech for Bon Jovi:

Speaking of Bon Jovi, former guitarist Richie Sambora attended the event with his former bandmates and backstage the press asked if there could be a reconciliation to rejoin Bon Jovi.

Jon Bon Jovi said “I think Richie’s got a solo career,” to which Richie Sambora quickly responded, “They have to ask me,”  Yikes, tense but that's rock n' roll.

Checkout their perfomance:

The entire ceremony will air on HBO May 5th at 6pm MT