There are any number of travesties about who is and isn’t in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, but here’s one of the most egregious: Ian Hunter, among the greatest English frontmen of the classic-rock era, is still not in it. Hunter’s time leading Mott the Hoople (of “All the Young Dudes” fame) should have been enough to put him in, and he’s also had an excellent long-running solo career up to and including his most recent album, 2012’s “When I’m President.” And even though he turned 75 years old this year, Hunter is still on the road. In a rare opportunity to see someone of his stature up-close, Hunter plays Durham’s Motorco Music Hall on Tuesday – which would be a fine way to spend your election night. Doors open at 8 p.m. Wreckless Eric and Amy Rigby open the show, and tickets are $22-$25. See motorcomusic.com for details.