I've been a Steve Miller fan since my teens. "The Joker" came out when I was a high school senior. I embraced the title track as a personal "anthem." I've owned CD, and vinyl copies of his timeless "Fly Like An Eagle." Steve's career has spanned 50 years. He's sold more than 30 million albums. The Black Keys recently inducted Steve into the Rock 'n Roll Hall of Fame. He was all smiles onstage, thanking all the right people. Things were quite different in the press room after the ceremony. He blasted the hall for its ticket policy, the manner in which the night was organized, and several legal issues. Rolling Stone publisher Jann Wenner has served on the Hall of Fame foundation for 33 years. His publication seized the opportunity to shoot back. They published an interview with the Black Keys, in which they complained about Steve's unawareness of who they are among other things. The Hall, and Wenner in particular, have been criticized before for their perceived bias, and sexism. Money, fame, and pride often make for a foul tasting cocktail...