CLEVELAND, Ohio - The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum unveiled an updated Beatles exhibit Thursday, showing off new Fab Four items, including one of John Lennon's early guitars and the piano Lennon and Paul McCartney used to write "I Want to Hold Your Hand," "We Can Work It Out," "Eleanor Rigby" and other iconic songs.
The Beatles display, located in the Rock Hall's downstairs main exhibition area, also features costumes, instruments, lyric sheets and other Beatles items.
In addition to the two new pieces, the display includes items that are regularly rotated through the museum's collections, including a suit worn by George Harrison during the Beatles' 1966 tour and a pair of Ringo Starr drum sticks used in a Sept. 15, 1964. Beatles show at Cleveland's Public Hall.
The piano was originally owned by the family of Jane Asher, a girlfriend of Paul McCartney. McCartney lived with Asher's family for a few years.