2013 Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Inductees Exhibit Opens April 16 -
Canadian prog-rock trio Rush are to be featured in a new music exhibit at the Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame to coincide with their forthcoming induction on April 18.
The Cleveland Plain Dealer reports (via Hennemusic) that Rush artefacts including a Neil Peart snare drum, Alex Lifeson's double-neck guitar and a Geddy Lee bass - which was used to record '81 classic, 'Tom Sawyer' will all be on show for fans to view.
Other artefacts set to feature from the Hall of Fame class of 2013 will include a '87 Dean electric guitar which belonged to Nancy Wilson of Heart, a custom Bolin electric guitar given to Albert King by Billy Gibbons of ZZ Top, an Emmy Award from Randy Newman, a jacket worn by Flavor Flav of Public Enemy and Quincy Jones's musical score from "Thriller."
The exhibit will be anchored by a three-screen multimedia presentation that tells the stories of the inductees.
The 28th annual Induction Ceremony will take place on April 18 at the Nokia Theatre inLos Angeles.