The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum is located on the shore o Lake Erie in downtown Cleveland, Ohio. It archives the history of some of the most influential artists, engineers, producers, and more. It was created by Atlantic Records in 1983. Many rock entertainers have been included in the Hall of Fame. Here are some books written by them.
The Ultimate Classic FM Hall of Fame: The Greatest Classical Music of All Time, by Darren Henley, Tim Lihoreau and Sam Jackson
This celebrates classical music’s unique ability to express the emotions of a listener. This includes opening bars of Beethoven’s Symphony No. 5; dramatic operas such as Puccini’s La boheme; the moving sounds of Rachmaninov’s Piano Concerto No. 2 and Mozart’s Clarinet Concerto; beautiful ballet scores from Prokofiev and Tchaikovsky; or blockbuster film soundtracks composed by John Williams and Howard Shore.
Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, The: The First 25 Years, by Holly George-Warren
The book provides an in-depth look at every musician, writer, producer, and performer inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame during its first twenty-five years. The book contains in detail their careers, influences, greatest hits, etc. Hundreds of transcriptions of acceptance and induction speeches from the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame’s vast archives are also included here. The book has lots of dazzling photographs.
Paul Simon: The Exhibition Guide
This is a book of 93 color pages with stunning photographs, lyrics, stories, etc. from Paul Simon, one of the most famous musicians. The book tells about the career, life and creative inspiration of two-time Hall of Fame inductee Paul Simon.
These books will inspire you more about the world of rock and roll music. If you are a rock music fan, then you must of some of these books in your collection.