Jimi Hendrix: Widely considered to be the most influential electric guitarist in rock and roll history. Hendrix is known for “Are You Experienced”, his rendition of “All Along the Watchtower” by Dylan, and his version of “The Star-Spangled Banner”, and many others. Hendrix was one of the first artists to pioneer the use of feedback effects and signal processing with his music in the studio. Many rock and roll Icons that have come to prominence after him owe their stature to his pioneering…
Chuck Berry, a St. Louis native, wrote most of the songs he played. He was a most popular entertainer and had several big time hits like "Roll Over Beethoven" in "Memphis, TN" in "Maybelline" and "Johnny B. Goode"
Kiss' Road to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Pictures - The Road Never Ends | Rolling Stone The Road Never Ends Gene Simmons at Etihad Stadium in Melbourne, Victoria during their 2013 Australian tour. The group went on a "farewell" tour in 2000, but they still hit the road most every year - even though Ace Frehley and Peter Criss are long gone.
Kiss' Road to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Pictures - Detroit Rock City | Rolling Stone Detroit Rock City Kiss onstage at Detroit's Cobo Hall on May 16th, 1975. This was one of the shows they taped for Alive, though they later went into the studio to add in crowd noise and fix some of the musical imperfections. The exact extent of the overdubs has been debated for decades.
The Marshall Fridge is a must-have piece of rock and roll history and one that music aficionados will be proud to showcase in their homes, caves, dens, garages or wherever else they like to relax with a cold drink.