CLEVELAND - A Bruce Springsteen exhibit is sticking around for an encore at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.
The Cleveland museum announced Tuesday that its exhibit on The Boss will remain there for the rest of 2010. The collection of Springsteen artifacts, handwritten lyrics and guitars had been scheduled to close this spring.
"From Asbury Park to the Promised Land: The Life and Music of Bruce Springsteen" is one of the most extensive exhibits on a rock star ever presented at the hall.
Springsteen, a 1999 hall of fame inductee, contributed many of his own items, including the guitar he holds on the cover of "Born to Run."
Several new items have been added since the April opening, including Springsteen's first car and his 2009 Kennedy Center Honor and Golden Globe Award.
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