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The KISS Museum Collection

This collection of over 200 unique, one-of-a-kind original KISS artifacts includes stage and album cover worn costumes, personally owned items, original RIAA gold and platinum awards, handwritten and signed documents and letters, toys and other merchandise, and much, much more!

Gene Simmons KISS "Hotter Than Hell" Album Cover Worn Costume

KISS Signed Elaborate Studded Denim Tour Jacket

Gene Simmons KISS "Hotter Than Hell" Album Cover Used Goblet

George Harrison’s Hand-Drawn Original Artwork Created During The Beatles Historic Visit to Study Transcendental Meditation with Maharishi Mahesh Yogi at his Ashram in India, 1968

Babe Ruth Signed “Blood” Baseball Beckett LOA

This incredible, one-of-a-kind Babe Ruth signed baseball, which was kept in the same family and passed down from generation to generation, was signed by Ruth when he had a bloody nose, which is why it is referred to as the “Blood” baseball. His blood is actually on the baseball!

Lizzo Rolling Stone Magazine Cover Story Worn Headpiece

Billie Eilish Photo Shoot Worn Embellished Mask

Steve McQueen "Junior Bonner" Film and Personally Worn Custom Denim Jean Jacket

For nearly 20 years Gotta Have It!® and Gotta Have Rock and Roll.com® have hosted numerous online charity auctions including the Baseball For America with Roger Clemens (benefiting the Twin Towers Fund), co-hosted with Sotheby’s, the record-breaking Britney Spears Foundation Charity Auction, the Samsung “Four Seasons of Hope” Charity Auction, the Jergens, "Glow Like the Stars!" Charity Auction, The UGG® Australia “Art & Sole” Charity Auction to Benefit VH1’s Save the Music Foundation, the World Wildlife Foundation, B-52’s Kate Pierson Collection to Benefit Cats and Dogs, and more!

To learn more about our online charity program, please call us at 212-750-7900/800-950-1202 or email us at info@gottahaverockandroll.com! We are eager to continue and expand our work with charities all over the world!

APPELLATE COURT UNANIMOUSLY RULES IN FAVOR OF GOTTAHAVEROCKANDROLL.COM AND AGAINST MADONNA OVER THE AUCTION OF HER PERSONAL ITEMS INCLUDING TUPAC SHAKUR’S BREAK-UP LETTER

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Tupac Shakur Handwritten & Signed Letter to Madonna from Prison

On Tuesday June 4, 2019, the Appellate Division of the New York Supreme Court, in a unanimous 5-0 decision, ruled in favor of GottaHaveRockandRoll.com and against Madonna over the auction of her personal items including a breakup letter from rap legend Tupac Shakur. “We won at the trial court, and now a unanimous appeals court in Manhattan has sided for us said owners of GottaHaveRockandRoll.com. Jeffrey Haas, attorney for GottaHaveRockandRoll.com, added, “My co-counsel Hartley Bernstein and I were fully prepared in the event Madonna appealed the soundly decided lower court decision, and it was gratifying to see that justice continued to be blind to Madonna’s celebrity and money and the alchemy of her high profile legal counsel.” Added co-counsel Hartley Bernstein, “Celebrity does not trump the facts. Here, those facts were plain as day. Ms. Lutz, the consignor, owns the items and GottaHaveRockandRoll.com is free to sell them on her behalf.”

Featured Collections

The Guitar Gods Collection

Jimi Hendrix Owned & Stage Played 1967 Custom Electric Guild Starfire Guitar

Jimi Hendrix played this custom designed left-handed 1967 Cherry Red Guild Starfire V at the Wreck Bar in the Castaways Hotel at Sunny Isles Beach, Florida on the second day of the Miami Pop Festival, May 19, 1968. Hendrix is pictured here playing the guitar that night at the Wreck Bar. This guitar was obviously one of Jimi’s favorites because he kept it until his untimely death when all of his guitars were passed on to his father Al Hendrix.

George Harrison, Eric Clapton and Duane Allman "Layla" Sessions and "All Things Must Pass" Sessions Played Bobby Whitlock Vintage Martin D35 Guitar

Jimmy Page Stage Played Red Fender Stratocaster Guitar

Keith Richards Owned & Played Iconic Gibson Flying V Prototype Guitar

Duane Allman Owned and Played Fender Coronado Guitar

Featured Items

Elvis Presley "Girls! Girls! Girls!" Film Used Harmony Mahogany Acoustic Guitar

Elvis Presley Earliest Known 8mm Color Concert Footage from Tacoma Washington September 1, 1957


Michael Jackson Worn Tompkins & Bush Custom Soviet Military-Style Jacket and Brooch

Michael Jackson Original Neverland Valley Gift Bag


Beatles 1963 Signed "She Loves You" Parlophone Swedish 45 Record Frank Caizzo LOA

Jim Morrison Owned and Worn Brown Suede Shirt


Lady Gaga "Born This Way Tour" Stage Worn Armani Custom Bondage Costume, Mask and Headpiece

Ariana Grande "Don't Call Me An Angel" Music Video Worn Custom Costume

LL Cool J Stage Worn "Troop" Black and White Leather Jacket and Pants

Travis Scott "Astroworld - Wish You Were Here" Stage Worn Concert Tour T-Shirt

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  • Duane Allman's owned and extensively played 1957 gold top Gibson "Layla" Les Paul guitar
    SOLD: $1,000,000.00

  • John Lennon’s “Sgt. Pepper’s” Personally Owned and Used Piano from His Kenwood and Tittenhurst Park Homes on Which He Composed "Lucy In The Sky With Diamonds", "A Day In The Life" and More”
    SOLD: $690,000.00

  • Elvis Presley 1974 Stage-Worn "Peacock" Jumpsuit
    SOLD: $300,000.00

  • Princess Diana Worn Red Lace Cocktail Dress Ex The Christies Auction, Diana Princess of Wales
    SOLD: $205,429.20

  • John Lennon Owned and Worn Iconic "Two Virgins" Talisman Necklace
    SOLD: $528,000.00

Featured Artist of the Month

Neil Peart

Virtuoso drummer Neil Peart, perhaps best known as the drummer and main lyricist of Rush, tragically died of brain cancer earlier this year. He was beloved by his fans, by other artists and by critics for his technical brilliance and his performance prowess as a drummer as well as for his accomplishments as a song writer. We are proud to offer these Neil Peart stage used drumsticks and guitar picks that are accompanied by Rush band signed concert tickets.

Rush Neil Peart Stage Used Drumsticks and Guitar Picks with Band Signed Concert Ticket March 16, 1979

Gotta Have History

The John F. Kennedy Senatorial and Presidential Collection

An incredible look into the daily political life of one of America’s most beloved Presidents, this is a unique, one-of-a-kind, collection of John F. Kennedy’s Senate and White House notes and documents that were meticulously maintained by Evelyn Maurine Norton Lincoln, Kennedy’s personal secretary from his election to the United States Senate in 1953, during his candidacy for President of the United States, and finally through his time as President in the White House, until his tragic assassination in 1963.

Paul Simon and Art Garfunkel Extremely Rare "Tom and Jerry" and “Tommy Graph” Signed Original Promotional Photograph

Paul McCartney Handwritten Beatles "Maxwell's Silver Hammer" Working Lyrics