Weeks ago, Steve Miller refered to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame as a “private boys’ club” full of “gangsters and crooks.” Now, he says that he’s “planning to investigate” the organization.
“It’s gonna get better. I’m gonna get these guys,” the 2016 Rock Hall inductee says. “They’re gonna be sorry that they treated all these people this way.”
Miller says he has the Rock Hall’s public documents, and he’s “planning to keep [the story] in the news.” “I wanna see where they’re spending the money,” he says. “I wanna see who’s being paid. I wanna check it all out … The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame’s actually going to go to Cleveland. The Museum’s actually gonna mean something. The funding they raise is actually gonna be used for music education before I’m done.”