The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in Cleveland, Ohio is open once again and ready to welcome guests.

Beginning September 23, 2021, the Hall of Fame has a new exhibit for old school rock and roll fans…the legendary Alice Cooper.

Often referred to as the original shock rocker, one of Cooper’s stage props was an electric chair. That chair will be among the artifacts on display in the new Legends of Rock exhibit.

Also included in the exhibit are stories behind the music, costumes from his stage shows including the Nightmare Returns leather jacket and white top hat, the Mad House Rock tour leather bondage costume, and Cooper’s signature black leather jacket with nails. The exhibit will also include the Alice Cooper Court street sign.

Rockers are eligible for induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame 25 years after the release of their first music release. Cooper was inducted into The Hall in 2011. His unique style of rock inspired numerous future genres and rockers including hard rock, glam rock, metal music, and even punk rock. His 1969 hit “School’s Out” and “No More Mr. Nice Guy” remain popular songs for old and new rockers alike…especially once the end of the school year is at hand.

The rotating Legends of Rock exhibits feature some of the most iconic moments in the history of rock and roll from its inception in the 1950’s to today.

According to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, “more than a musical sensation, rock and roll was a social and generational phenomenon that became one of the most important artistic movements of the twentieth century. Its seismic influence reverberates across society, impacting how we think about fashion, youth culture, dance, race, sexuality and free speech. It has become a way of life; one that thrives today. The diverse representation of artists in the Legends of Rock exhibition are exemplary of rock’s enduring power to connect us all. Ranging from rhythm and blues, jazz, and folk rock to heavy metal and hip-hop, this exhibition represents a myriad of musical genres and highlights some of the world’s most iconic acts both past and present.