A new museum to be built in Tennessee is being built to honor the life and legacy of rock star rock icon, Norman Rocker.
The museum will feature more than 400,000 pieces of memorabilia from Rocker’s life including the famous black and white photo of his wife, actress Betty Ford, taken during the filming of the film “Jurassic Park.”
The museum was announced last month in Nashville, the state capital.
The Rocker Museum of Music, Art, Art History and Photography was designed by Norman Rockman, who died in 2009.
He had a wife, Betty, and three children, as well as a daughter, Lisa.
He was a member of the Nashville Philharmonic and had his own recording studio.
The Rocker Family will also pay tribute to him.
The museum will be open to the public in 2019.
“I have always been a big rock and roll fan,” Rocker told The Associated Press.
“I think rock and Roll is a lot more than a song, a couple of songs.
It’s a lifestyle, it’s a religion.
So it’s an important part of my life, but I was just a little too young to see it.
But I will be there.”
The new museum will include more than 40,000 items from Rockers career including the photo of Ford.
It will also feature some of the most iconic items from the Rocker collection.
The family says the Rockers were fans of art, and that the museum will bring their music collection to life.
They have said that they hope to make their collection accessible to everyone.
“We are really excited about it,” Betty Rocker said.
“We think it will be a very exciting experience for everyone.
The kids will really get to see the collection and the museum and really appreciate what Norman Rock and his family has brought to the world.”