Rock and Roll Hall of Fame

The famous Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in Cleveland, Ohio (www.rockhall.com).

Stunning! This is taken on the fourth floor (of six), with a small Pink Floyd Wall exhibit. The rest of the exhibition is awesome - lots of original and unique arefacts - original instruments, handwritten lyrics, costumes, playlists, memos, etc. from most of Rock's greatest.

At the time of my visit (Jan 2014) the two top floors were taken up with a Stones special.

Copyright: Ian chappel
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Resolution: 11120x5560
Uploaded: 27/01/2014
Updated: 15/07/2014


Tags: rock and roll; hall of fame; pink floyd; rolling stones; cleveland; exhibition; the wall; music; ohio
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