Hard Rock Cafe Almaty

+7-727-313-13-11
85, Karasai Batyr street, Almaty, 050012, Kazakhstan

Restaurant Hours:

Sun-Thurs 12:00PM-1:00AM

Fri & Sat 12:00PM-5:00AM

ROCK SHOP® HOURS:

Sun-Thurs 10:00AM-01:00AM

Fri & Sat 10:00AM-5:00AM

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THE WHO

Outfit

Though there are many great album covers, only a few rise to the level of truly iconic. The Who’s 1971 masterpiece, ‘Who’s Next’, is one of the best. The cover shot of the band members in a bizarre industrial landscape (actually a coal-slag heap in the English mining village of Easington Colliery) walking away from a freshly urinated-upon concrete piling is a perfect tableau of post-’60s rock – bleak, rebellious, and self-consciously bratty. It’s quite possibly the perfect album cover. Bassist John Entwistle wore this outfit in the legendary photo.

AC/DC

Guitar

One of the greatest things about rock ’n’ roll is its commitment to youthful rebellion and perpetual adolescence. No one personifies this spirit more than AC/DC guitarist Angus Young. With his schoolboy clothes, hyperactive stage presence and sledgehammer riffs, Angus has been rock's reigning delinquent for nearly 40 years. He used this Gibson SG in the studio in the early ‘90s.

THE JIMI HENDRIX EXPERIENCE

Pouch

During the heady days of the late 1960s, Hendrix bassist Noel Redding used this Native American pouch to carry the sundry items of the well-heeled rock star.

THE EAGLES

Guitar

Bassist Timothy B. Schmit joined California-based rock legends the Eagles in 1977 during the group’s epic tour in support of the ‘Hotel California’ album and has been with the band ever since. He played this Fender Jazz Bass on stage during their ‘Hell Freezes Over’ reunion tour from 1994-1996.

THE POLICE

Guitar

There are just a handful of guitarists who've changed the basic language of the instrument. Players like Jimi Hendrix, Eddie Van Halen and the Police's Andy Summers. Andy pioneered a textural, minimalist style that's influenced nearly everyone who picks up a guitar today. He's more of a sonic sculptor than a traditional guitar hero – which makes him unique among the guitar greats. Andy owned and played this lovely acoustic, built by Irish luthier George Lowden, in the early ’90s. An entirely handbuilt instrument, Lowden acoustics are among the finest in the world.

RIHANNA

Accessory

Barbados-born pop megastar Rihanna wore this unique metal bikini and jewelry set in the video for her wildly successful 2011 single “Where Have You Been”. Upon its release, “Where Have You Been” set records for the most online music video views in a 24 hour period.

THE ROLLING STONES

Shirt

When the rock gods set out to create the archetype of the cool guitar player, Keith Richards was clearly the result. “The Human Riff” is responsible for some of the most unforgettable moments in rock history – both on stage and off – and the Rolling Stones have now rolled through five decades of changing tastes and fashions to remain the Greatest Rock ’n’ Roll Band in the World. When asked how long a band can last, Keith famously replied: “When we’re done, you’ll know how long a band can last.” He wore this shirt on stage in the 1990s.

AEROSMITH

Guitar

Bassist Tom Hamilton of Aerosmith used this gorgeous G&L ASAT bass on stage and in the studio with the group from 2011-2013.

MICHAEL JACKSON

Boots

These wingtip shoes were worn on stage by the King of Pop himself – Michael Jackson – during the 1984 ‘Victory’ tour. This was Michael’s last tour with the Jacksons.

KATY PERRY

Head Piece

Pop superstar Katy Perry wore this vintage hat and brooch when she appeared on the ‘Billboard Music Awards’ on May 20th, 2012.

ERIC CLAPTON

Outfit

Eric Clapton wore this lovely Versace suit on stage during his 1990 world tour. He later auctioned it to raise funds for the Crossroads Centre – the rehabilitation facility he founded in Aruba.

KE$HA

Shirt

Pop wild child Ke$ha wore this Western-style plaid shirt in the video for her 2013 hit “C’mon”. The video’s cinematic intro featured Ke$ha wearing this shirt as an employee of a fictional restaurant called the “Awful House”.

MÖTLEY CRÜE

Guitar

This beautiful instrument was custom-built by Kramer Guitars for Mötley Crüe guitarist Mick Mars shortly after the group’s 1987 ‘Girls, Girls, Girls’ tour.

ELVIS PRESLEY

Jacket

Rock 'n' roll has had plenty of princes, architects, originators and emancipators, but only one King. Elvis Aaron Presley is such a cultural icon it's almost impossible to imagine a world without his influence. Truly the first rock superstar, Elvis' soulful voice, loose swagger and hillbilly charisma are still the blueprint for this thing called rock 'n' roll. When Elvis stepped on stage, the girls wanted to be with him, and the boys wanted to be him – the very essence of cool. This suede jacket was part of his personal wardrobe in the late ‘60s.

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