Sara Evans donated a piece of her history to Hard Rock Hotel Palm Springs this Sunday at The Country Music Experience, a three day country music festival, hosted by Hard Rock Hotel Palm Springs and Sony Music Nashville alongside standout celebrity guests, including country music star Jerrod Neimann.
About the Donation:
• Sara Evans donated the outfit worn for her critically acclaimed seventh studio album cover Slow Me Down, to the star-studded Hard Rock memorabilia collection.
• The album cover was shot in Pacific Palisades, CA by famed celebrity photographer Robert Ascroft and depicts Evans at her finest Slow Me Down, which debuted at #2 on the Billboard Country Album chart with the title track marking a career highlight of first week Adds at radio, features collaborations with Vince Gill, Isaac Slade of The Fray, and Gavin DeGraw.
• The donation was made on-site at Hard Rock Hotel Palm Springs on Sunday, April 26th, immediately following Evans mingled with her fans.
General Manager of Hard Rock Hotel Palm Springs Stan Kantowski stated, “We couldn’t be more thrilled to add this piece to the Hard Rock Memorabilia collection and want to thank Sara Evans for her generous donation. We are fortunate and proud to be able to showcase iconic memorabilia from such great artists like Sara and many more in our hotel,” General Manager of Hard Rock Hotel Palm Springs Stan Kantowski stated.
The Hard Rock Memorabilia Collection is widely considered to be one of the most valuable in the world containing more than 78,000 priceless pieces. Hard Rock strives to showcase this collection for music fans everywhere while preserving some of the most memorable moments of rock ‘n’ roll history.