Some of music’s biggest stars are letting fans see how they really rock and roll.
Cars & Guitars 2, an exhibit at the Henry Ford Museum in Michigan, is currently home to some of rock music’s most treasured memorabilia. This is the second year the museum has held the event, and curators made sure this exhibit lived up to its popular predecessor.
For starters, Snoop Dogg has made his 1969 Cadillac Fleetwood “Brown Sugar” part of the showcase. The rapper worked with one of California’s finest car detailers to make sure the name fit, too. What else can you say about a car that has chandeliers but “sweet?”
Funk Master Flex has also parked his 1970 custom Camaro at the museum. And you can sneak a peek at a black Lincoln Continental that Kid Rock used in one of his videos.
But what’s rock without a guitar? While axes from acts like KISS and Metallica are on display, aficionados won’t want to miss seeing Jimi Hendrix’s Seafoam Green Stratocast Fender electric guitar.
The exhibit is open until September 7; tickets cost $15 for adults and $11 for kids.
— Sonya Eskridge