Revolutions: Guns N' Roses' "Appetite for Destruction"
Thirty years ago, LA rockers Guns N' Roses tore apart the scene with "Appetite for Destruction," their debut album that boasted punk rock swagger and sentimental lyrics that displayed the gritty realities of a rock lifestyle.
Rapper's Delight Retrospective
Rapper’s Delight, an exhibit on the history of hip-hop, is more than a monument to rappers past: it’s a peek into the future.
Legends of Rock
Walk through artifacts from artists’ lives: handwritten drafts of hit singles, instruments used in concert and strangely enough, more than one rocker’s personalized pinball machine.
Elvis Presley Exhibit
In collaboration with Elvis Presley Enterprises, a permanent collection honoring rock's late King.
Rolling Stone / 50 Years Exhibit Retrospective
The Rolling Stone / 50 Years exhibit is full of iconic images and exclusive interviews.
Conservation Project: Pink Floyd's The Wall
Watch an interview with Jun Francisco, Director of Collections Management, about our current conservation project: Pink Floyd's The Wall.
Revolutions: The Beatles' "Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band"
Even 50 years after its release, The Beatles' "Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band" is considered one of the most influential concept albums of all time.
Book Excerpt: 50 Years of Rolling Stone
A look at Rolling Stone magazine's 50 years of reporting on culture, politics and music.