Avoid Cleveland altogether and view the memoribilia and artifacts of the Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame right here!
The Elvis room with his Lincoln Continental, a shirt he wore on the documentary “That’s the Way It Is,” a Grammy he won in 1974 for Best Inspirational Performance, a concert-worn jumpsuit.
A display case with stuff from gospel greats like Mahalia Jackson and the Staple Stingers.
Another case with stuff from the first British Invasion.
Little Richard wore this peach-colored jumpsuit in 1970.
An assortment of treasures.
An invitation to Janis Joplin's 1970 funeral, with the greeting "Drinks are on Pearl."
Jim Morrison’s last will and testament. He left everything to his girlfriend at the time -- Pamela Courson. She died in 1974, three years after Morrison, which led to a long estate battle between Morrison's parents and Courson over who owned his royalties and estate.
The San Francisco Haight-Ashbury exhibit with memorabilia from the hippie era from bands like Jefferson Airplane, the Mamas and the Papas, and Santana.
The hippy-dippy bass guitar from Peter Albin of Big Brother and the Holding Company.