It's the Barton Coliseum Rock and Roll Museum, which features photos, videos, ticket stubs, posters and memorabilia of the many performers that have graced the stage there over the years.
It's on the coliseum's east side, but it's recommended that you step inside the coliseum at the north
entrance and wind your way down the music memorabilia covered hallway to the small space holding more shrines to music greats.
The biggest name to play Barton Coliseum was Elvis Presley. Dressed in a red rhinestone-covered
jumpsuit with cape and white scarf, the "King" took the stage on April 17, 1972, before thousands of fans who had come from all over the country.
One of the videos that plays on the museum television screen shows Elvis pacing backstage before that performance as he waits to make his grand entrance.
Others honored on the walls are: Aerosmith, the Allman Brothers Band, Black Oak Arkansas, Chicago, the Eagles, Fleetwood Mac, Foghat, Grand Funk Railroad, Heart, Jefferson Starship, Journey, Kansas, Lynyrd Skynyrd, the Marshall Tucker Band, REO Speedwagon, Rush, Stevie Ray Vaughan, Styx, Van Halen, Yes, ZZ Top, and more.
Sections for each artist/band are decorated with everything from album covers and vinyl records to
the occasional guitar once played by band members.
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