Hard Rock Cafe Angkor

+ 855 (0) 63 963 964
King's Road Angkor, across the Old Market Bridge at the corner of River and High school Road (7 Makara Road), Siem Reap, Cambodia

Restaurant Hours:

Daily: 11:00AM - 12:00AM

Live Music: From 6:00PM - LATE

Bar Hours:

Daily: 11:00AM - 12:00AM

ROCK SHOP® HOURS:

Daily: 9:30AM - 12:00AM

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Hard Rock Cafe Angkor Memorabilia

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FLEETWOOD MAC

Jersey

Bassist John McVie of Fleetwood Mac wore this baseball jersey on stage during the group’s 1979-1980 world tour in support of their ‘Tusk’ album.

EMINEM

Shoes

These Nike sneakers were owned and worn by Detroit-based hip hop superstar Eminem.

MADONNA

Hat

Madonna wore this leather biker hat in one of her early forays into the world of film.

TOM PETTY

Shirt

Rock legend Tom Petty wore this stylish western shirt on stage in the 1990s.

LES PAUL

Shirt

This yellow turtleneck was owned and worn by the man whose name is synonymous with the electric guitar – Les Paul.

ELVIS PRESLEY

Belt

The King owned the stylish leather kidney belt in the 1950s. A motorcycle enthusiast, Elvis would wear this belt whenever he went for a ride on one of his many Harley Davidsons. Later, he gifted it to his friend and valet, Richard Davis.

THE EVERLY BROTHERS

Guitar

This stunning Steinegger guitar was used on stage extensively by Don Everly of the Everly Brothers throughout the later part of their career.

JOHN LEE HOOKER

Guitar

Of all the post-war bluesmen who had a major impact on rock music, Mississippi native John Lee Hooker was quite possibly the most unique and recognizable. With his patented “boogie” rhythm and low, gravelly voice, Hooker has influenced a host of classic rock bands. John owned and signed this vintage Gibson B-25 guitar.

KISS

Guitar

Gene Simmons of KISS played this wild-looking Cort bass on stage when the band performed in Berlin, Germany on June 12th, 2013.

THE EAGLES

Guitar

Guitarist Joe Walsh used this gorgeous Gibson Firebird on tour with the Eagles in 2003. He used it predominantly on the song “James Dean”.

CARABAO

Guitar

Guitarist and frontman for Thai rock legends Carabao, Lek, used this custom-built Stratocaster guitar extensively both on stage and in the studio. It was his main instrument for many years.

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