Hard Rock Cafe Honolulu Memorabilia
As a singer, songwriter, bandleader and creative soul, Johnny Cash is unparalleled in the history of American music. He’s influenced everyone from country crooners to punk rock screamers and his legacy just gets deeper with every passing year. This suit (black, of course) was custom made for Johnny by “Manuel of California”.
Hawaii 5-0 star and possessor of a tremendous pompadour, Jack Lord, owned this lovely Ramirez classical guitar. Whenever his close friend Elvis Presley dropped by Jack’s place in Hawaii, the King would strum this axe and croon into the island night. Women from all over the Pacific can still here the King’s siren song emanating from Jack Lord’s guitar.
This Fender Lead II was U2 vocalist Bono’s main stage guitar from the earliest days of the band through the mid-‘80s. He used it predominantly during the song “A Day Without Me” from their debut album, Boy, but it made numerous concert appearances throughout the ‘80s. Later, Bono graduated to more elaborate stage guitars and now has his own signature Gretsch model.