Rock On! Who Made It Into the 2015 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame?

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Who doesn't love a little rock and roll?! Ah, the leather pants, the wild hair and eye liner?!?!

On Tuesday the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame named their 2015 inductees:

Drumroll please:

The punk rockers of Green Day made the list in their very first year of eligibility.

In order to make the cut a band's first album needs to be out for 25 years! Yeah, we feel pretty old too! Their debut solo album 39/Smooth hit in 1990.

Looks like someone put another dime in that jukebox; Joan Jett made the cut with songs like “I Love Rock and Roll.”

Alright kids, you might not recognize the next artists, so ask your mom and dad.

Its soul legend Bill Withers, who is famous for songs like “Ain't No Sunshine” and “Just the Two of Us.”

Artists like Paul Butterfield Blues Band and Lou Reed will also have their day on April 18th in Cleveland.

And good ol' Ringo Star will receive an award for musical excellence. You could say he got by with a little help from his friends.

Even Dallas native Stevie Ray Vaughn is making us proud, making the list of inductees.

With tunes like that, it couldn't be anything but right.

So who got snubbed?? Maybe it's time for our Texas boy Willie Nelson to get some r-e-s-p-e-c-t!