Rock Hall dedicates new exhibit to The Zombies

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Zombies exhibit
The Zombies admire their new RRHOF exhibit
Zombies' Colin Blunstone speaks to the fans
The Zombies' singer Colin Blunstone
The Zombies RRHOF exhibit
Zombies' singer Colin Blunstone telling stories of recording at Abbey Road Studios
The Zombies unveil their new exhibit
Zombies singer Colin Blunstone
Zombies' keyboardist Rod Argent
Zombies' Colin Blunstone
Zombies' Rod Argent
Zombies' Rod Argent
Zombies' Colin Blunstone
Zombies' bassist Chris White
The Zombies celebrate 50 years of psych/pop
Zombies' Colin Blunstone
The Zombies cut the ribbon to dedicate their exhibit
Zombies cut the ribbon to dedicate their new exhibit
Zombies' drummer Hugh Grundy addresses the crowd

On Wednesday, July 12, the legendary psych/pop, British Invasion band The Zombies dedicated a new exhibit at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in Cleveland. The exhibit features artifacts from the band's five-decade long career. The original Zombies - singer Colin Blunstone, keyboardist Rod Argent, drummer Hugh Grundy, and bassist Chris White - were also joined by current-day Zombies members guitarist Tom Toomey, drummer Steve Rodford, and bassist Jim Rodford.

The new exhibit caps an eventful year which saw The Zombies release a new album, "Still Got That Hunger", and mount an extensive tour celebrating the 50th anniversary of their iconic album, "Odessey and Oracle", which they played in it's entirety.

 Being a lifelong Clevelander - and lifelong music junkie - it was a genuine thrill for me to be there to witness such a special moment for one of my favorite bands, at my favorite place in the entire city! If you've not been to the Rock Hall in a while, or have never visited, it's about time you take care of that! Get info at

(photos by Nancy Benecki-Hawkins)

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