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Hard Rock Cafe Shanghai Memorabilia

Black Sabbath

Maroon Jacket

Black Sabbath guitarist Tony Iommi is among the most influential musicians of all time. His unusual approach and over-the-top sound absolutely define heavy metal. The jacket on display is from Tony’s personal wardrobe.


Now Here Tour Outfit

Originally formed in 1997, Taiwanese group Mayday have emerged as the leading rock band in the 21st century Asian scene and are poised to become worldwide superstars. Frontman Ashin wore this outfit on stage throughout the group’s 2013 world tour and donated it to the Hard Rock collection at the Tokyo cafe.

Tang Dynasty

Red Clevan

Formed in 1988, Beijing natives Tang Dynasty are at the vanguard of China’s progressive rock movement and are widely regarded as China’s first heavy metal band. Guitarist Chen Lei used this Clevan guitar on stage with the group.

Britney Spears

Black Tattered Shirt

Pop icon Britney Spears wore this unusual top on stage during her ‘Dream within a Dream’ tour in 2002.

Justin Timberlake

Beaded Necklace

Though he got his start during the late-‘90s “boy band” craze with ‘N Sync, Justin Timberlake quickly asserted himself as a true pop phenomenon and solo superstar. Now into his third decade as a top star, Justin has wowed audiences worldwide with his skills as a performer, producer and actor. This shark tooth necklace is from his personal wardrobe.

Katy Perry

Flames Crop Top

Pop superstar Katy Perry wore this top when she attended the Burning Man gathering in 2015.


Acrylic Drum Set

Drummer Rikki Rockett of ‘80s rock icons Poison used this custom acrylic drum kit on stage during the band’s 2007 tour. The drums were manufactured by Rikki’s company – Rockett Drum Works.


Gibson SG

This Gibson SG guitar was signed by brothers Malcolm and Angus Young of Australian rock icons AC/DC.

Black Eyed Peas

Epiphone guitar

All the members of pop/rap hitmakers the Black Eyed Peas signed this custom Epiphone guitar when they performed in Japan in 2009.

Ian Thornley

Metropolitan Tanglewood Guitar

Singer/guitarist Ian Thornley used this Metropolitan Tanglewood guitar on stage and in the studio with both Big Wreck and his solo band, Thornley. Ian nicknamed this guitar “The Diner” because its shape and color reminded him of roadside diners of the 1950s.

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