Joan Jett made her last pre-Rock and Roll Hall of Fame performance a memorable one, performing a three-song set to start the 2015 induction ceremonies Saturday night (April 18) that featured guest spots from Dave Grohl and Miley Cyrus. Watch an extremely brief clip of the performance below:

She began her opening performance with her 1980 mega-hit, "Bad Reputation." She followed that by inviting the Foo Fighters mastermind and original Blackhearts bassist Gary Ryan to play "Cherry Bomb," a Blackhearts tune from 1976. She closed her set with a cover of "Crimson and Clover," originally released by Tommy James and the Shondells in 1968, and was joined by James himself and Cyrus in the performance.

Following the gig, Cyrus presented Jett with the honor as she was officially inducted into the Hall of Fame.

Alongside Jett, other icons to be inducted include Ringo Starr, Green Day, Lou Reed and others.

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