Jann Wenner removed from Rock & Roll Hall of Fame board after interview
Jann Wenner, co-founder of Rolling Stone magazine, has been removed from the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame board of directors.
Wenner was removed after an interview in which he criticized the organization.
In the interview, Wenner called the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame 'corrupt' and 'an utter and complete mess.'
Wenner also criticized the selection process for inductees, saying it was 'not transparent.'
The Rock & Roll Hall of Fame responded to Wenner's comments, saying they were 'disappointing and inaccurate.'
Wenner had been on the board of directors since the Hall of Fame's inception in 1983.
The Rock & Roll Hall of Fame is a museum and hall of fame located in Cleveland, Ohio, that honors musicians and other figures who have contributed to the development of rock and roll.
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