A museum exhibit honoring the career of rock legends The Rolling Stones is coming to Nashville in March, its last stop before heading overseas later this year.
The Rolling Stones Exhibit has stopped in London, New York City, Chicago, and Las Vegas. And it's making its final appearance in Music City.
The Rolling Stones Exhibit tells the story of the most influential rock band in history through more than 500 artifacts and memorabilia from the past 54 years.
- Cassette player on which Keith sketched out the idea for "(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction"
- Mick's lyric book with the handwritten words for "Miss You" and "Worried About You"
- Keith's 1963 diary
- The toy drum kit that Charlie used in the recording of "Street Fighting Man"
- A recreation of a Stones' recording studio complete with their original instruments, plus a backstage-to-onstage 3D concert experience
- A guitar gallery featuring some of Keith, Ronnie, and Mick's prized instruments
- Onstage and offstage clothes
- A new film with incredible soundtrack
- Original works of key collaborators who helped to make the band not just musical but cultural icons, including Andy Warhol, John Pasche (who designed the band's iconic tongue logo), Ossie Clark, Alexander McQueen, Shepard Fairey, Don Was, and Martin Scorsese
- And so much more.