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Star-Studded Memorabilia at Hard Rock Hotel

When you step into Hard Rock Hotel Panama Megapolis, you’re closer to the stars than you might think! True to our name and our world-renowned brand, Hard Rock Hotel Panama is home to authentic memorabilia from the hottest rock stars of today and yesterday. You’ll find pieces of musical history adorning our walls and venues throughout the property. So take your time and explore the fun memorabilia at Hard Rock Hotel Panama during your stay.

Michael Anthony - Van Halen

Instrument - 1990 Rock

Michael Anthony used this Music Man bass onstage with the mighty Van Halen in the early ‘90s and donated to the Hard Rock after he visited our London cafe.

Beyonce

Clothing - 2000 Pop

Pop megastar Beyonce Knowles wore this Tadashi Shoji dress when she appeared on the ‘Today Show’ on April 23rd, 2009.

U2

Clothing - 1970s - Present Rock

These stylish sunglasses were owned and worn by U2 frontman Bono. They’ve been signed by both Bono and guitarist the Edge.

BOOTSY COLLINS

Clothing - 2000 Soul/Funk

Funk superstar and wildly influential bass virtuoso Bootsy Collins wore this outfit on stage when he performed with Eminem and Outkast during the 2004 Grammy Awards ceremony.

BRITNEY SPEARS

1990 Pop

In 1999, a 17-year-old girl named Britney Jean Spears exploded on the pop scene with the song “Baby One More Time” and its accompanying video full of Catholic school imagery and winking double entendres. These are the shoes Ms. Spears wore in the video.

BRUCE SPRINGSTEEN

Clothing - 1970s - Present Rock

This New York Rangers hockey jersey was custom-made for Bruce Springsteen.

CELIA CRUZ

Clothing - 1960 R&B

In the rich history of Cuban music, one name stands alone: Celia Cruz. Throughout the last half of the 20th century, Celia thrilled crowds worldwide with her infectious salsa rhythms and personal charm. These shoes were custom-made for Celia in 1964.

THE RED HOT CHILI PEPPERS

Instrument - 2000 Rock

This incredible drum kit is the prototype Pearl “Ceelite” kit made for Chad Smith of the Red Hot Chili Peppers. Each drum lights up when struck. Chad used his Ceelite kit during the band’s ‘Stadium Arcadium’ tour in 2006.

CHRIS CORNELL

Instrument - 2000 Rock

This Gretsch Duo Jet guitar was played onstage by Soundgarden frontman Chris Cornell when he performed at the grand opening of the Hard Rock Las Vegas in 2009.

DEPECHE MODE

Clothing - 1990 Punk

English synthpop pioneers Depeche Mode are unquestionably among the most influential groups of all time and their singer, David Gahan, inspired an entire generation of fey frontmen. David wore this shirt and necklace onstage with the mighty Depeche Mode in the ‘90s.

ELTON JOHN

Clothing - 1970 Rock

Back in the ‘70s, no one personified sartorial excess in rock ‘n’ roll more than Elton John and this outfit is a prime example of why. It was designed by Bob Mackie and worn by Elton on a TV special in 1976.

ELTON JOHN

Clothing - 1970 Rock

Sir Elton is nearly as famous for his over-the-top fashion sense as he is for his incredible music. This Napoleon outfit is a great example of why. He wore it on stage in the ‘70s.

ELVIS PRESLEY

Clothing - 1950 Rock

Among his many talents, the King was a snazzy dresser – as this suede vest attests. It’s from Elvis’ personal wardrobe.

ELVIS PRESLEY

Clothing - 1970 Rock

This monogrammed bathrobe is fit for a King – Elvis to be precise. He owned and wore it in the 1970s.

KISS

Instrument - 2010 Heavy Metal

Gene Simmons of Kiss played this Cort Axe Bass on stage in San Juan, Puerto Rico on March 3rd, 2011. The red stains are left over stage blood from Gene’s blood-spitting routine.

GEORGE CLINTON

Clothing - 1970s - Present Soul/Funk

Unless your name is James Brown, George Clinton is funkier than you. Wildly influential and totally unique, George has led various incarnations of Parliament/Funkadelic through five decades of unbridled psychedelic celebration. The man lands the mothership every night. That kind of work requires some very specialized stage clothing – like this utterly bizarre robe.

GEORGE CLINTON

Clothing - 1970s - Present Soul/Funk

Unless your name is James Brown, George Clinton is funkier than you. Wildly influential and totally unique, George has led various incarnations of Parliament/Funkadelic through five decades of unbridled psychedelic celebration. The man lands the mothership every night. That kind of work requires some very specialized stage clothing – like this utterly bizarre robe.

THE BEATLES

Clothing - 1960 Rock

This suit was tailored for George Harrison by London clothier D.A. Millings. It was made specifically for the 1965 film, ‘Help!’

HEART

Instrument - 1980 Rock

This Dean Baby Z guitar was used both on stage and in videos by Heart guitarist Howard Leese during the group’s mega-successful mid ‘80s period.

JAMES BROWN

Clothing - 1960 Soul/Funk

When it comes to the funk, James Brown is the Master, Commander, President, Overlord, Archduke, Emperor, Pharaoh, General, Commandant, Viceroy and GODFATHER. That’s just a simple fact. This superbad satin shirt was part of James’s ‘60s stage gear.

JOHNNY CASH

Lyrics - 1950s - 1960s Country

This is a set of lyrics for a song entitled “Look at Me that Way Again” in the late, great Johnny Cash’s own hand.

THE WHO

Clothing - 1960's - Present Rock

This velvet jacket was owned by original Who drummer Keith Moon. Keith is rightfully regarded as one of the all-time great rock drummers and his influence is still felt in today’s music.

KEITH RICHARDS – THE ROLLING STONES

Clothing - 1960's - Present Rock

There's a tired old joke in rock ’n’ roll that says the only thing left after a nuclear war would be cockroaches and Keith Richards. Though Keith may not be truly immortal, you can be sure the music he’s created is. The (quite possibly immortal) guitarist wore this vest onstage during the Stones’ Steel Wheels tour.

THE BEATLES

Lyrics - 1960 Rock

John Lennon wrote this letter to his friend Lindy Ness from Hamburg in 1962. It was the Beatles’ last stint in the German nightclubs before they found worldwide superstardom. Apparently John was ready to get out of Hamburg, as this letter attests. “I’m so cheesed off I could bloody cry”, John writes, “I hate Hamburg and I wish I was at home.” The cryptic anagram on the back of the envelope continues John’s nihilism – his “S.W.A.B. N.O.T.H.I.N.G.” stands for “sealed with a bloody nothing”.

MADONNA

Clothing - 1970s - Present Pop

Madonna wore this Spanish-style lace dress and hairpiece on stage.

MADONNA

Clothing - 1990 Pop

Madonna wore this bra and G-string combo during the dress rehearsals for her ‘Girly Show’ tour in support of her 1993 album Erotica.

MC HAMMER

Clothing - 1990 Pop

The much-maligned former king of pop rap - MC Hammer - wore this spangly, baggy outfit on stage during his early-’90s heyday.

MICHAEL JACKSON

Clothing - 1970 Pop

The late, great “King of Pop” wore this jacket on stage on the 1970s while performing with the Jackson 5.

MICHAEL JACKSON

Clothing - 1960's - Present Pop

This is the original hat form used by hat maker Jean Barthet to craft Miachael Jackson’s trademark fedoras.

MICHAEL JACKSON

Clothing - 1960's - Present Pop

This fedora was made for Michael by French milliner Jean Barthet. Jackson was introduced to Barthet by legendary actress Sophia Loren.

PAUL STANLEY – KISS

Instrument - 1970s - Present Heavy Metal

The Starchild himself played this killer Washburn guitar during a performance on the American Music Awards.

ELVIS PRESLEY

Clothing - 1950

This completely over-the-top jumpsuit was designed for Elvis by legendary tailor Nudie Cohn. Nudie was responsible for the popularity of the “rhinestone cowboy” look and also designed Elvis’s iconic gold lamé jacket in the ‘50s.

CHEAP TRICK

Clothing - 1970 Rock

Guitarist Rick Nielsen wore this sweater in Cheap Trick’s video for their 1979 hit “Dream Police”.

RIHANNA

Clothing - 2010 Pop

Barbados-born pop queen Rihanna has emerged from her early days as a disposable teen-pop prop to become one of the most important artists of the 21st century. She wore this chiffon dress in the video for “Only Girl (In the World)” from her fifth album – 2010’s Loud.

THE ROLLING STONES

Clothing - 1970 Rock

This wool coat was owned by Rolling Stones guitarist Keith Richards in the late ‘70s.

THE SEX PISTOLS

Clothing - 1970 Punk

This classic leather biker jacket was owned by Sex Pistols bassist and punk icon Sid Vicious. He acquired it for a woman who was living in his apartment before the Pistols found fame and fortune. The studs and pins were added by Sid himself.

SHAKIRA

Clothing - 2000 Pop

Colombian pop sensation Shakira wore this dress on stage during her 2007 ‘Oral Fixation’ tour. She donated a large portion of her stage wardrobe to the Hard Rock collection in exchange for a contribution to her charity, Fundación Pies Descalzos.

MÖTLEY CRÜE

Clothing - 1980 Heavy Metal

When the Crüe boys released their third album, 1985’s ‘Theatre of Pain’, they abandoned their trademark leather/studs/makeup look for a mid-’80s glam vibe. The band’s mastermind, Nikki Sixx, sported this polka-dot outfit on the ‘Theatre of Pain’ world tour and later donated it to the Hard Rock. It’s like a time capsule of bad ’80s fashion decisions.

SLASH

Clothing - 1980 - Present Heavy Metal

This top hat is straight from guitar icon Slash’s personal collection.

SLASH

Instrument - 2000 Heavy Metal

Slash used this killer B.C. Rich Mockingbird guitar in the studio with Velvet Revolver during the recording of the group’s 2004 album ‘Contraband’.

SNOOP DOGG

Clothing - 2000 R&B

This flashy, retro-style suit was worn by hip hop superstar Snoop Dogg in his 2007 video for “Sexual Seduction”.

T REX

Clothing - 1970 Rock

‘70s glam rock pioneer Marc Bolan wore this bolero jacket on stage while performing with his legendary group, T Rex.

AEROSMITH

Clothing - 1970s - Present Rock

This scarf-draped microphone stand was used on stage by Steven Tyler of Aerosmith. He personally chose this stand and scarves for Hard Rock’s display.

AEROSMITH

Clothing - 1980 Rock

Over 40 years in the game and 100 million albums sold, Aerosmith have set an unparalleled standard for longevity and relevance. While so many of their old-school contemporaries have settled for big-budget nostalgia tours, Boston's favorite sons continue to crank out vital music well into the 21st century. Frontman/head peacock Steven Tyler is such an icon, his style has been imitated by virtually everyone who’s ever stepped up to a microphone. This incredible striped outfit is classic Steven. He wore it during Aerosmith’s 1984 ‘Back in the Saddle’ tour.

AEROSMITH

Clothing - 1980 Rock

Over 40 years in the game and 100 million albums sold, Aerosmith have set an unparalleled standard for longevity and relevance. While so many of their old-school contemporaries have settled for big-budget nostalgia tours, Boston's favorite sons continue to crank out vital music well into the 21st century. Frontman/head peacock Steven Tyler is such an icon, his style has been imitated by virtually everyone who’s ever stepped up to a microphone. This incredible striped outfit is classic Steven. He wore it during Aerosmith’s 1984 ‘Back in the Saddle’ tour.

U2

Automobile - 1990 Rock

This is an East German-built Trabant automobile that was used on stage during U2’s epic 1992-1993 ‘Zoo TV’ tour. A colossal production, U2 intentionally smashed their persona as the earnest, rootsy standard-bearers of sincerity and replaced it with a demonstration of sensory overload that parodied the mass media and rock star shtick.

NEIL YOUNG

Clothing - 2000 Rock

For nearly 50 years, Neil Young has been among the absolute top songwriters in popular music. Neil’s poetic soul and effortless ability to shift from genre to genre – while still sounding true to himself – are unmatched in rock. He wore this Manuel suit in his 2006 concert film, ‘Heart of Gold’.

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