The history of rock and roll is in this hotel.

Hard Rock Hotel and Casino, Atlantic City, N.J.

Elvis Presley's Rolls-Royce
Elvis’ wheels
James Brown's throne
James Brown’s throne
Jethro Tull flute
Ian Anderson’s flute. Without it there is no Jethro Tull.

The Guitars

Dressed for the stage

Jersey Guys

Each guest floor at the Hard Rock is graced by the images of a different New Jersey artist.

Paul Simon
Paul Simon (born in Newark)
Lauryn Hill
Lauryn Hill (born in East Orange)
Bruce Springsteen
The Boss oversees the 27th floor.
Cher's boots
Cher’s boots
Cher
Cher…decades ago
The Hard Rock laundry bag
The Hard Rock laundry bag
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10 Responses to The history of rock and roll is in this hotel.

  1. Hello. There’s a Hard Rock Cafe in Philly. Years ago my wife and I were eating at a table that had a display case near it. Inside the case was something you don’t see every day. Namely, a sweater that once belonged to Stan Getz. Getz grew up in Philly. See you.

    Neil Scheinin

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  2. Henry Lewis says:

    New Jersey has produced some great musicians! Seeing “Elvis’ Wheels” at the beginning made this an interesting post coming on the heels of “How Much Do You Owe” 🙂

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  3. Pam Lazos says:

    What fun! I saw Elvis’ gold-plated car in Nashville a couple of weeks ago. I have to go to AC to check these out.

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  4. inese says:

    Wow, great post! I always visit Hard Rock Cafe when I see one.

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  5. Donna Janke says:

    There’s some pretty impressive rock n roll memorabilia at this Hard Rock.

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  6. sportsdiva64 says:

    I was there last year. Love that hotel. I told so many of the casino people that this Hard Rock Hotel and Casino puts the one in Las Vegas to shame. I love the stairs that change colors as you go up to the second floor. The memorabilia is wicked awesome and yes Jersey has given us some amazing musicians. Can’t wait to visit it again. The fudge shop in there is famous throughout new jersey as well.

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  7. Bumba says:

    Yikes! A cornocopia of corn and curios.

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