Cheap Trick checks out their new Rock Hall exhibit before concert in Cleveland

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CLEVELAND - Cheap Trick visited the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame before their concert at Public Hall on Thursday night.

The band was inducted into the Hall of Fame just this year.

They are headlining the 13th annual 'It's Only Rock and Roll Spring Benefit.'

Cheap Trick rose to fame with the release of their first album in 1977.

They've continued to perform and entertain crowds for nearly 40 years.

Cheap Trick is led by Rick Nielsen on guitar and Robin Zander’s vocals.

Their first five albums – Cheap Trick, In Color, Heaven Tonight, Dream Police, All Shook Up – were rock and roll staples from 1977 to the early 80s.

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