And now let us consider Cheap Trick. My introduction to the band came in 1979 when my older brother Stan owned their breakthrough album “Live at Budokan,” which I could hear from his room, blaring from speakers in big wooden cabinets. “Dream Police” a year later became one of my favorite songs, and through the decades they continued touring, always reliable with catchy pop songs. This morning I listened to a Rolling Stone podcast, during which a commentator opined that Cheap Trick is one of the most under-appreciated rock bands in history. A few years ago a major label — whose head is a lifelong Trick fan — took the band under his wing and lobbied hard for its inclusion into the Rock ‘ Roll Hall of Fame. It worked. The commentator today suggested that “Surrender” — the opening track to their third album but a big hit from “Budokan” — is Cheap Trick’s finest moment.