The contributions to popular music by African American artists is difficult to overstate, so we’re not even gonna try. Instead, here are some incredible pieces of history from some true legends.
Heads or Tails? Sometimes the flip of a coin can literally be the difference between life and death.
A few years back, we acquired some absolutely amazing gear directly from the Rush camp. Here’s one of Geddy’s iconic Rickenbacker basses.
This guitar is quite possibly the single most important piece of music history in the Hard Rock collection.
Here’s one of those pieces of memorabilia that seems too good to be true – a December, 1960 letter from George Harrison to Stu Sutcliffe.
Though it’s been nearly forty seven years since his tragic death at age 27, the power of Jimi Hendrix’s music resonates as strongly today as ever.
Let’s take a look at some of the coolest, most ostentatious pieces of wardrobe the universe has ever seen – NUDIE SUITS.
One universal truth is the fact that everyone looks hilarious in their high school yearbooks. Dated fashions, bad hair, goofy expressions – no one is immune. That’s why we love to look at the old yearbooks of rock legends. Let’s check out a few.
Here’s one of those pieces of memorabilia that seems too good to be true – a letter from George Harrison to Stu Sutcliffe.
Why are there so few left-handed guitars?