A 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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