Hard Rock Cafe Kuala Lumpur Memorabilia
Stagewear from the Theater of Pain Tour
After years of sex, drugs, and rock ’n’ roll, the boys in Mötley Crüe aren't so much a band as a mythological beast. That’s why we were so excited when the group reunited in ’05 for the Red, White, and Crüe tour. Prior to embarking on this globe-spanning rock ‘n’ roll odyssey, the band allowed us into their warehouse to do a sort of archaeological expedition. We hit the motherlode when we found a long-forgotten collection of wardrobe from the Theater of Pain tour buried underneath some old stage props. These incredible faux-leather pants were worn by guitarist Mick Mars on that legendary mid-‘80s tour.
Lenny Kravitz’ main man, guitarist Craig Ross, has been with Lenny since ’91 and has become an indispensable element in Kravitz’ retro-cool sound. That probably has something to do with the fact that Craig is a world-class player and sports a world-class hairdo. This gold Strat was used onstage and in the studio by Craig in the ’90s. Notably, on the album Circus.
Steven Van Zandt
Steven Van Zandt is like a living encyclopedia of American rock ’n’ roll. As a musician, songwriter, producer, arranger, and host of the best radio show on the planet, Little Steven’s Underground Garage, he’s carried the torch for raw, vital music for over thirty years. And Little Richard presided at his wedding. How cool is that? With that kind of rock ’n’ roll pedigree, he gets to wear badass threads like this little number. It's from his 1987 Freedom-No Compromises tour.
Fender Geddy Lee Jazz Bass
Weezer bassist Scott Shriner knows a good bass when he sees one. That’s why he used this Geddy Lee signature J-bass in the video for “We Are All On Drugs” from Weezer’s platinum opus, Make Believe. Scott customized it with a black pickguard for a personal touch.