Rock Hall debuts new exhibit featuring a variety of artists

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CLEVELAND- The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame is debuting a new exhibit that has a little something for everyone.

The exhibit, "Shine a Light: New Acquisitions and Spotlight Artifacts," is showcasing the Rock Hall's newest acquisitions.

The space  features items from a wide variety of artists. Fans can now enjoy seeing Jerry Lee Lewis' baby grand piano, a Notorious B.I.G outfit, and snare drum heads personalized by Tré Cool of Green Day. Also on display is an outfit worn by P!nk during her performance at the 2002 MTV Video Music Awards.

Courtesy: The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame

The exhibit will continuously be updated to highlight touring artists, national holidays, important dates in music history and inductee birthdays.

It occupies the space previously held by the Inductee exhibit in the Ahmet Ertegun main exhibition hall.

The new exhibit opened to the public Friday, March 16.

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