Nirvana, KISS, Hall & Oates, Peter Gabriel, Cat Stevens, The E-Street Band and Linda Ronstadt were all inducted into the Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame at Barclays Center last night. Amongst the many highlights of the evening was the night-ending four-song set from the surviving members of Nirvana (Dave Grohl, Krist Novoselic, Pat Smear), fronted by Joan Jett ("Smells Like Teen Spirit"), Kim Gordon ("Aneurysm"), Annie Clark ("Lithium"), and Lorde ("All Apologies"). Watch those clips and a whole lot more below!

Here's Nirvana's introduction by Michael Stipe of REM. "This is not just pop music," he said at one point during the 17 minute speech. "This is something much greater than that."

Here's the acceptance speech by the band along with Kurt Cobain's widow Courtney Love, his mother Wendy O’Connor, and his daughter Francis Bean Cobain. O'Connor noted that her son "would have been so proud. He’d say he wasn’t, but he would be."

Here's Jett doing "Smells Like Teen Spirit."

Here are a few short clips of Gordon rocking the fuck out.

Here's Clark doing "Lithuium."

And here's Lorde, who was born a few years after the song was released, doing "All Apologies" (with Novoselic on accordion!).

It's worth noting that no one pulled a move like Rush's Alex Lifeson, whose speech last year at the ceremony consisted solely of: "blah blah blah, blah blah blah, blah blah, blah? Blah blah blah."

Nirvana may have been the biggest name, but there were plenty of other heavyweight performances. Most of it isn't online, but a few clips have surfaced already. First up is Cat Stevens performing "Wild World."

Here's Hall & Oates doing "You Make My Dream Come True."

Here's KISS accepting their induction.

Here's Springsteen inducting the E-Street Band.

And here are two of the tributes to Linda Ronstadt (who suffers from Parkinson's and didn't attend): Carrie Underwood performing "Different Drum" and Underwood, Stevie Nicks, Sherly Crow, Bonnie Raiit and Emmylou Harris performing the Everly Brothers classic, "When Will I Be Loved."

Check out the full set list below—you'll be able to watch the whole ceremony on HBO on May 31st.

Peter Gabriel:
“Digging In The Dirt”
“Washing of the Water” with Chris Martin
“In Your Eyes” with Yousou N’Dour

Cat Stevens:
“Father And Son”
“Wild World”
“Peace Train”

Linda Ronstadt:
Carrie Underwood: "Different Drum"
Bonnie Raitt and Emmylou Harris: "Blue Bayou"
Sheryl Crow: “You’re No Good”
Stevie Nicks: “It’s So Easy”
Underwood, Raitt, Harris, Crow, and Nicks: “When Will I Be Loved”

Bruce Springsteen and The E-Street Band:
“The E Street Shuffle”
“The River”
“Kitty’s Back In Town”

Hall & Oates:
“She’s Gone”
“I Can’t Go For That”
“You Make My Dreams”

“Smells Like Teen Spirit” with Joan Jett
“Aneurysm” with Kim Gordon
“Lithium ” with Annie Clarke
“All Apologies” with Lorde