Back in 1979, punk rock legends The Clash released their iconic third album, ‘London Calling’, and 40 years on they’ll be hosting a special exhibit in the Museum of London.
The exhibit will showcase a collection of items (some previously unseen) from The Clash‘s personal archive, including draft lyrics, stage clothes, photos and films, and more.
Just a few specific items that will be available to be seen include Joe Strummer‘s note book, Paul Simonon‘s broken bass guitar, Topper Headon‘s drum sticks, and more.
The ‘London Calling’ exhibit will available to view in the Museum of London on November 15th 2019 until March 1st 2020, and will be free to enter throughout its time there.
You can find more information on the Museum of London’s official website.
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