It has been said that Cleveland rocks.
You might question this if you’ve never been, but they clearly have to if this is the home of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. This is where you will find the biggest and most influential names in rock and roll immortalized. Come see what the museum has to offer any music lover worth his salt.
Now, you might be wondering that with all the cities in the US, how Cleveland became the home of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. This is because the very term rock and roll was introduced in Cleveland by DJ Alan Freed. He was a pioneer in bringing rock and roll into the mainstream, changing lives forever, with music that would define generations to come.
The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame is located right on the waterfront of Lake Erie. It was designed by the famous architect I.M. Pei. He designed the glass pyramids at the Louvre in Paris. He incorporated a glass pyramid in the construction if the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and it stands at 160 feet.
So what does this museum of homage to all that is rock and roll have to offer? The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame offers an interesting experience of some of our favorite past musicians, and those that are still getting us to dance to the music. Besides actual Hall of Famers being on display and recognized, they also recognize those that have heavily influenced the music over the years, but have not yet been recognized as an actual Hall of Fame member. You will find physical archives, stunning displays, and interesting performances that show how something as simple as music has influenced society, from the masses down to the individual.
I know it’s only rock and roll, but we more than like it, we love it. This is a genre of music that has spoken to all of us at one time or another. As a music lover there isn’t a better way to experience it, then to be completely immersed into a once in a lifetime experience like the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.