After 50 years of Rockin n' Rolling, The Rolling Stones finally have their own exhibit at the Rock n' Roll Hall of Fame in Cleveland.
"Rolling Stones: 50 Years of Satisfaction," is now open and runs through March 2014.
It covers two floors at the museum and includes nearly 300 items like rare guitars, stage outfits, concert posters, documents and personal items that chronicles The Stones from its birth in England as a blues cover band to its current "50 and Counting Tour".
The collection of Stones items includes:
Fan questionnaires filled out in the early 1960s by the band. On his, Mick listed his likes as "girls, eating, clothes" and dislikes as "intolerant people, having my hair cut."
Brian Jones' custom Vox teardrop guitar and Ronnie Wood's Zemaitis electric six-string, which has personalized etchings carved into the silver facing.
Mick's floor length cape stitched out of U.S. and British flags that he wore on the 1981 - 1982 tour.
The original artwork for "It's Only Rock and Roll" and "Their Satanic Majesties Request."
To show that The Stones are keeping up to date with today's fans, visitors can be included in the show with the launch of an interactive project where they can share photos and other memorabilia at a multimedia display and online.
The exhibit also includes three iPad based interactive kiosks where visitors can put on a pair of headphones and hear the band's early blues influences, explore the Jagger-Richards songwriting team and see how The Stones melded influences into their own unique sound.
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