The GRAMMY Hall of Fame inducts Lauryn Hill's 'Miseducation Of Lauryn Hill' during its first gala.  

The Recording Academy honored the 2024 inductees at its first GRAMMY Hall of Fame Gala and Concert on May 21.  

The night began with a VIP event on the GRAMMY Museum's Ray Charles Terrace in downtown Los Angeles.   

Before the festivities, honorees, their families, and distinguished visitors socialized. From the rooftop next door to the Novo, the crowd was led to the wedding at twilight.   

Honorees sat on the first floor, while ticketholders watched from the balcony.  

Ms. Lauryn Hill and her family sat at two tables near the stage, hoping to see her debut album The Miseducation Of Lauryn Hill join the thousands of other Hall of Fame recordings.  

Andra Day performed “Can’t Take My Eyes Off Of You” to celebrate the work. The performer sang the romantic song joyfully from a stool center stage.  

“Lauryn Andra Day told Lauryn Hill, "I love you my whole heart my whole career my greatest inspiration," after her performance. “We love you.”  The room stood up to applaud an emotional Ms. Hill.  

History, culture, and respect for past, present, and future performers and industry executives filled the night. In addition, Andra Day performed “I Feel Love,” Ravyn Lenae sang Roberta Flack’s “Killing Me Softly,”  

Elle King sang Wanda Jackson’s “Let’s Have A Party,” and *HANSON performing “What A Fool Believes,” The War and Treaty singing “Charley Pride’s “Kiss An Angel Good Morning,” and Shinedown singing “Stairway To Heaven.”  

In addition, legendary singer William Bell received a standing ovation. The 84-year-old passionate rendition of his Memphis, TN-themed song “You Don't Miss Your Water” was remarkable.  

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