In this WKYC 3 Studios story, The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame hosts their Christmas tree lighting with their tree provided by Davey.
CLEVELAND - The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame virtually brought together musicians and artists from around the world to share their hopes and dreams for the future during their Tree of Hope lighting ceremony.
The Tree of Hope, standing 50 feet tall, is located on the Rock Hall Plaza and was lit for the first time Saturday, Dec. 5. The lighting was just one portion of an event dedicated to the tree's debut. The night also featured a special preview of Inductee Darlene Love's song and a special message of hope for fans.
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