Denver Elites rocked steady at the Hard Rock Cafe for an afternoon of a little music trivia and memorabilia. Traveling exhibition, “Treasures of Hard Rock Tour” gave elites an exclusive, up-close look at pieces of history from music superstars
and legends with the never-before-seen items. Featuring
iconic items from two one-of-a-kind collections pulled from Hard Rock’s
vault, “Gone Too Soon” and “Music Gives Back," the "incredible display of music memorabilia" boasted items like "custom suits worn by
Keith Moon, Elton John, Bono, Lisa "Left Eye" Lopes, John Lennon's
glasses, guitars played by Bob Marley, Stevie Ray Vaughan, and Kurt
Cobain, and even a handwritten poem by Bruce Springsteen in honor of the late
To keep our bellies full and spirits high, Hard Rock Cafe pulled out all the stops with rounds and rounds of goodies like black bean and beef sliders, bruschetta, chocolate mousse, and craft beer and refreshing wine. Ran T highly suggests that "if you haven't seen the traveling collection of Rock and
Rolls, you must check it out. So much history." Try to snag one of their desserts while there, too: "Especially the chocolate mousse dessert. Yum!"
A big Yelp thank you for the wonderful staff and support of Hard Rock Cafe. To read more about the 'rockin' time, check out the reviews.
Also – be sure to pay a visit to the Hard Rock to fill up on food and music history!
Want know more about the unique collaborative effort behind the tour?
Too Soon” pays tribute to music icons whose lives and careers were
tragically cut short and features items from contemporary talent, such
as an outfit worn by Lisa “Left Eye” Lopes during TLC’s CrazySexyCool tour and 8th
grade yearbook from
Kurt Cobain to artifacts from legends of the past,
like Elvis Presley’s custom-made karate gi and the unique Guild
12-string acoustic guitar Bob Marley used to record “Is This Love.” The
other half, “Music Gives Back – Rock ‘N’ Roll Philanthropy,” focuses on
artists who have worked with Hard Rock on various charitable campaigns
throughout its more than 40 years. The exhibit features items including
Elton John’s sequined “Uncle Sam” outfit, a purple silk shirt worn on stage by Jimi Hendrix and John Lennon’s iconic round glasses.
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