Take a tour of our Rock Memorabilias
Perry Farrell's jacket
Perry Farrell, lead singer of Jane's Addiction & founder of Lollapalooza, wore this jacket for their 1997 "Relapse" tour.
Jimmy Chamberlain's snare drum
This drum was owned & used by Smashing Pumpkins drummer, Jimmy Chamberlain, for their 20th anniversary tour.
Nine Inch Nails travel case
This was a Nine Inch Nails travel case used while touring, complete with travel stickers from around the world.
Trent Reznor's keyboard
This Oberheim-8 keyboard was owned by Trent Reznor of Nine Inch Nails through 2001. He used it to help record The Downward Spiral and Broken albums in 1992 in Los Angeles... and used Sharon Tate's home (infamous for Charles Manson - very creepy!) as his recording studio. In 1995 he moved his studio and this OB-8 to New Orleans and set up in an abandoned funeral parlor (again creepy) to form Nothing Studios.
Jefferson Starship Gold Record
Jefferson Starship gold record 1974 for "Dragon Fly" from RCA
1958 Western Union Telegram from Sam Phillips of Sun Records
Sam Phillips sent this to his assistant Marion Keisker to let her know about the hit Jerry Lee Lewis record that he just recorded. At the time, Phillips was recording artists like Johnny Cash & Carl Perkins. Sam Phillips was most famous for discovering a little Mississippi boy name Elvis Presley.
This was a Christmas gift given by Pantera's guitarist, the late great Dimebag Darrell, to one of his managers. Pantera had nicknamed their managers who were brothers the Piranha brothers.
Gene Simmons' stage played bass
This is the Axe bass that KISS' Gene Simmons played while they were in Houston in 2010. It comes complete with Mr. Simmons' fake blood that he spits during his solo. Dr. Jennings met Gene before the show on his tour bus and got to pick it up after the show. But, since it was in July the fake blood wouldn't dry so Dr. Jennings has Gene's "blood" all over his car carpet.
Dr. Jennings and Gene Simmons
Ministry amp speaker
This amp speaker was used by Ministry frontman Al Jourgensen on several tours. Two came with the set but one was missing the speakers inside. Apparently, Al's tech had pulled the speakers out to work on them without anyone knowing. Al was super nice and sent Dr. Jennings autographed pictures and posters to make up for it.
Guns and Roses Multi-Platinum Award
This is a multi-platinum award for the album "Use Your Illusion 1".
Eddie Van Halen's Jumpsuit
This belonged to Eddie Van Halen and was used on the 1984 tour.