Rock Hall Adds Fresh Items to Its Right Here, Right Now! Exhibit

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The hat worn by Zac Brown (left) is currently on display at the Rock Hall. - COURTESY OF THE ROCK HALL
  • Courtesy of the Rock Hall
  • The hat worn by Zac Brown (left) is currently on display at the Rock Hall.
In the attempt to keep up with contemporary pop and rock music, the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame’s Right Here, Right Now! exhibit features artifacts from musicians who are currently touring and recording but not yet eligible for induction.

The Rock Hall has just announced that it’s added some new items to the exhibit that’s located in the Ahmet M. Ertegun Exhibition Hall.



Some of the new items include clothing worn by the Lumineers in the music video for their 2012 hit “Ho Hey,” a stage jacket worn by Alex Turner of the Artic Monkeys on their AM Tour, a black hat worn by Zac Brown at the 2015 Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony, and Star Wars helmets and light sabers used by DNCE during its 2017 tour.

Items from Taylor Swift, the Weeknd, Cloud Nothings and Beyonce remain on display as part of the exhibit.



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