Cheap Trick UnlimitedA new exhibition focusing on Cheap Trick will open on September 12 at the Grammy Museum in Los Angeles. "Cheap Trick: I Want You to Want Me!" will feature a variety of memorabilia from the band's private collection.
Among the many items that will be on display are various guitars owned by Rick Nielsen, including the 1952 Fender Telecaster he played at Cheap Trick's famous Budokan concerts; a costume the band wore for the Dream Police album cover shoot; handwritten lyric sheets to some of the group's hits; rare photos; and more.
To celebrate the debut of the exhibit, Cheap Trick will take part in a special performance and Q&A event at the museum's Clive Davis Theater that will be hosted by Grammy Foundation and MusiCares vice president Scott Goldman. During the sold-out appearance, the band members will play a four-song set, participate in an interview conducted by Goldman and field questions from the audience.
The "Cheap Trick: I Want You to Want Me!" exhibit will remain on display until June 2014.
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