Hard Rock Cafe Anchorage

+1-907-274-7625
415 E Street Anchorage, Alaska 99501
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Hours of Operation

Restaurant & Bar Hours:

Sunday - Thursday 11:00AM – 9:00PM
Friday & Saturday 11:00AM – 11:00pm

ROCK SHOP® HOURS:

Sunday - Thursday 11:00AM – 9:00PM
Friday & Saturday 11:00AM – 11:00pm

Hard Rock Cafe Anchorage Memorabilia

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MADONNA

Jewelry

Madonna wore this jewelry during photo shoots for the cover of her breakthrough 1984 album, ‘Like a Virgin’.

SHAKIRA

Custom Bra

Colombian megastar Shakira wore this custom bra on stage during her ‘Sale el Sol’ tour in 2011. She donated a large portion of her tour wardrobe to the Hard Rock in exchange for a contribution to her “Pies Descalzos” charity foundation.

DANZIG

Belt Buckle

From his time with punk legends the Misfits to his wildly successful solo career; Glenn Danzig has created some of the most memorable moments in rock history. This Danzig logo belt buckle was part of his stage wardrobe.

STEVIE RAY VAUGHAN

Cap

Truly one of the most talented and incendiary guitarists who ever lived, Stevie Ray Vaughan reinvigorated the blues scene in the ‘80s and became a true icon. When he died in 1990, the music world lost a one-of-a-kind talent. Stevie owned and wore this newsboy cap.

RINGO STARR

Vest

The former Beatle owned and wore this faux fur vest in the 1980s.

WHITE LION

Jacket

With hits like “Wait” and “When the Children Cry”, White Lion were among the top “hair metal” acts of the ‘80s. This custom-tailored jacket was worn on stage by frontman Mike Tramp.

LYNYRD SKYNYRD

Vest

The late, great Leon Wilkeson of Lynyrd Skynyrd wore this vest on stage during the band’s 1977 ‘Street Survivors’ tour. This was the final tour of the group’s original lineup. Just five shows into the tour, the band’s private plane crashed into a Mississippi swamp – killing frontman Ronnie Van Zant, guitarist Steve Gaines, vocalist Cassie Gaines and three crewmembers. It remains one of the most tragic incidents in rock history.

CBGB

Art

When legendary New York nightclub CBGB closed in 2006, a very good thing came to a sad end. Much more than just the wonderfully sleazy and decadent Bowery bar that served as punk rock's incubator in the ’70s, CBGB was quite possibly the last great rock ’n’ roll watering hole. As the world's foremost collectors of music memorabilia, we knew we had to get a piece of “CBs.” In fact, we were the first ones to do so after it closed. On display is one of the interior walls from CBGB – complete with stickers, graffiti and the vibrations of thousands of sweaty rock shows. The old cliché “if walls could talk” has never been more apropos.

JOHN LENNON

Receipt

This receipt is from legendary London art house the Indica Gallery. All the Beatles frequented this gallery in the late ‘60s, but it was particularly popular with both Lennon and McCartney. The receipt on display is for a piece of art John purchased.

THE GRATEFUL DEAD

Art

Legendary psychedelic poster/album artist Stanley Mouse created this original drawing of the Grateful Dead logo.

PORTUGAL. THE MAN

Mask

This mask was worn by former Portugal. The Man keyboardist Ryan Neighbors in the over photo for their ‘Censored Colors’ album. The homemade costume was worn by bassist Zach Carothers I the video for “Do You”. Hailing from Wasilla, Alaska, Portugal. The Man is at the vanguard of the 21st century alternative rock scene and has released some of the most interesting and provocative albums of the last decade.

ZZ TOP

Guitar

Renowned guitar builder John Bolin built this incredible bass for ZZ Top bassist Dusty Hill.

LYNYRD SKYNYRD

Guitar

There have been many great southern rock bands over the years, but one group stands alone as the undisputed masters of the genre – Lynyrd Skynyrd. This vintage Gibson Thunderbird was bassist Leon Wilkeson’s favorite instrument throughout his years with the band. The bent metal piece was fabricated and attached to the bass in order to accommodate Leon’s injured arm after the tragic 1977 plane crash that took the lives of frontman Ronnie Van Zant, guitarist Steve Gaines and four other members of the Skynyrd organization.

SPINAL TAP

Guitar

In the classic 1984 rock parody film ‘This Is Spinal Tap’, bassist Derek Smalls (played by Harry Shearer) used this striped B.C. Rich bass in the famous “Jazz Odyssey” scene.

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