Rock and Roll Hall of Fame gets annex
Bloomberg set to announce Manhattan location
NEW YORK -- The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame is coming to New York.
Mayor Michael Bloomberg is expected to announce Wednesday that the Cleveland-based museum and hall of fame is opening an annex in downtown Manhattan.
Billy Joel and Clive Davis are going to join the mayor at the location in SoHo. It will be the first time the hall of fame has expanded outside Cleveland.
The 25,000-square-foot annex will house Bruce Springsteen's 1957 Chevy and will feature a number of different exhibits, including one featuring New York City-based sites that have musical significance.
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