When you’re Chris Robinson, the singer for the Black Crowes, you get to wear tie-dyed stretch pants like these. We're still going to make fun of you, but you can wear them nonetheless.
New wave party maestro Fred Schneider, co-founder of the B-52s, donated this stage-worn suit backstage at Chastain Park Amphitheater just for the grand opening of the Hard Rock Cafe in Atlanta in 1992.
This Hohner Marine Band Harmonica was owned and played by the legendary Bob Dylan.
An unspeakably cool ’76 Harley from the King’s collection: it has Elvis Presley printed in gold letters on the custom-painted blue gas tank.
Here’s another great example of the King’s oddball gift giving - a sawed-off shotgun. Elvis owned this weapon in the early ’70s and later gave it to bodyguard and Memphis Mafia member Sonny West. Elvis and Sonny could definitely do a little TCB with this illegal firearm.