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The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame is already a hotspot for locals and visitors, but there's a newly added exhibit that is bringing even more rock to the Rock Hall.
You may recognize Alice Cooper from his hit songs "School's Out," and "I'm Eighteen." In 2011, the rocker was inducted into the Hall of Fame by Rob Zombie.
Known for his heavy metal, dramatic horror style music, and unique stage presence, the artifacts of Cooper's style are now on display in his new Rock Hall exhibit-- showcasing items such as an electric chair that was used on stage during one of his shows, and pieces of leather that were worn on tour.
"Alice Cooper did a perfect job of balancing, having amazing quality music and really focusing on instrumentation while also having this out-of-world image," said Fan Engagement Supervisor Hannah Wilson.
Wilson also added, "he's inspired glam artists, punk artists, rock and roll artists, any of the music you live, Alice Cooper probably had a hand on it," adding that anyone who comes in and knows about Alice Cooper will see what they know and love about him and anyone who hasn't heard about him, "their interest will definitely be peaked."
The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame is open 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. every day and open until 9 p.m. Thursday nights.
The Alice Cooper exhibit is in the middle of the exhibit hall and is open from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m daily.
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