Just like all of the good bands, these exhibits won't stick around forever. Check out what's currently on display at the Rock Hall.
Iconic: Baron Wolman Images of an Era
Baron Wolman’s photographs of musicians in the late Sixties encapsulate an unparalleled time in American history. As the first chief photographer for Rolling Stone magazine, Wolman not only documented the era but helped to define it in images for subsequent generations of fans. EXHIBIT CLOSES: TBA
Induction All Access: Photography by Kevin Mazur
Go inside a special collection of images taken by Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony photographer Kevin Mazur. Browse the images and hear audio snippets from Mazur himself giving the story behind the incredible moments he's shot. EXHIBIT CLOSES: TBA
The Cavs and the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame collaboration features the “Cleveland Amplified” exhibit at the museum in Cleveland. The exclusive exhibit features artifacts that speak to the longstanding connection between music and sports, including: Larry Nance Jr.’s #22 2020-21 City Edition uniform, Jeff Ament of Pearl Jam Poster, Russell “Rusty” Pistachio of H20 Jersey, Chuck D of Public Enemy Shoes, and “Come On Cavs (Got to Make It Happen)” 1975 Record. EXHIBIT CLOSES: TBA
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