NASHVILLE: Step back in time to the golden age of Rock and Roll and you’ll find The Rolling Stones. Fans have been pouring into the Musicians Hall of Fame to view an extensive collection of Stones memorabilia, which has been extended through August 26. From Nashville, the exhibition heads overseas.
Titled Exhibitionism, this interactive experience features more than 500 rare and original items from The Rolling Stones archive, including vintage instruments, stage clothes, and historical documents including contracts, recording logs,
Two hundred original works of art, show posters, album and marketing designs are on display, along with interactive sound mixing desks and recording studio and a screening cinema with archival footage of concerts, TV appearances, and news footage.
The show includes a 3D concert finale of the band performing at Hyde Park in London.
Going through the exhibit takes at least one hour to view the exhibit, but visitors can linger for much longer on this self-guided tour.
Audio stations with narration and interviews give insight into the recording process and ventures inside the studio with the band. The stop in Nashville is the final U.S. stop before heading overseas.
For dates and tickets visit the museum site online. The museum located at 401 Gay Street in Nashville, is open Monday – Saturday 10 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. and Sunday 1 – 6:00 p.m.