Monday, January 23, 2017

The shoes of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame

Long live Rock and Roll and long live shoes!

I recently got to visit the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in Cleveland, Ohio,

Along with other great memorabilia the museum had the shoes many of the stars wore.

Take a look:

Deep Purple's Glenn Hughes wore these heels around 1973.

Steve Miller wore these around 1980.

Elvis wore plain black shoes with his gold suit in 1968.

Johnny Cash wore these boot on his ABC TV show from 1969-1971.

Carl Perkins wore these snakeskin shoes.

Jorma Kaukonen of Jefferson Airplane wore these heels.

The King of Pop, Michael Jackson, wore these penny loafers during the 1989 Bad tour.

Snoop Dog wore these sneakers around 2000.

These are Jay-Z's white Nike sneakers from around 1999.

These boots were worn by a U2 member.

These sneakers belong to members of the band Fall Out Boy.

They didn't have any of her shoes, but this outfit was worn by Lady Gaga in the Bad Romance video.

What do you think of the musicians shoe choices?

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