John Hinckley Inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame!

New York – John Hinckley, the would-be assassin of conservative President Ronald Reagan, has been released from prison and finally been given the chance to embark on his music career. 

Hinckley, 66, will begin performing in NYC next month on Broadway where it will be just him and an acoustic guitar on stage.

Word has spread quickly of his musical genius and Hinckley has already been nominated and inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame without playing a single note.

Currently, Hinckley lives with his mother in her basement. She had this to say about her son’s talent:

“Johnny’s always been a good boy. He’s been practicing that guitar for 40 years while he was away. He sounds just as good as Bob Dylan or Neil Young. Maybe even better. I’m glad he’s in the Liberal, er, Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. You really don’t want to get him upset.”

The venue is scheduled to have metal detectors and seating for six.

The band members of Foreigner, the only band in the world to not be in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, were said to have committed mass suicide

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