Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame Wildflowers Exhibit


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    Dec 01, 2021

    Announcing the Wildflowers Exhibit at the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame

    To celebrate inductees Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers, the anniversary of the Wildflowers album (released November 1, 1994), and the worldwide release of the award-winning documentary Tom Petty, Somewhere You Feel Free: The Making of Wildflowers, The Rock & Roll Hall of Fame has opened a special exhibition inside Right Here, Right Now. On display, fans will find artifacts surrounding the Wildflowers era sessions and corresponding tour including work-in-progress handwritten lyrics to songs like "Crawling Back To You" and "You Don't Know How It Feels", Petty's custom Blonde Toru Nittono electric guitar, Mike Campbell's Fender Jazzmaster, Howie Epstein's Fender jazz bass, Scott Thurston's harmonicas and Steve Ferrone's touring Pearl drum kit, along with Tom Petty’s personal wardrobe worn on tour, in the studio and on the cover of Rolling Stone Magazine.

    Warner Records is giving fans the chance to win a trip for two to the new Wildflowers exhibit at the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame. One grand prize winner will receive roundtrip airfare, a 2-night hotel stay, and ground transportation, along with VIP tickets and a tour of the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Vault. The grand prize winner will also receive a set of original 1994 Wildflowers posters from the Tom Petty archive vaults, one original 1994 Wildflowers guitar pick played by the band from their legendary rehearsal & recording space, The Clubhouse, a massive Wildflowers & All The Rest music and merch prize package, and they will be invited to guest host an episode of ‘The Last DJ’ on Tom Petty Radio on SiriusXM. Enter for a chance to win HERE. (U.S. Only)