CLEVELAND (AP) — Cleveland's Rock and Roll Hall of Fame is honoring rock pioneer Chuck Berry on his birthday.
Berry, who celebrated his 86th birthday Thursday, is the subject of a newly opened spotlight series on his life.
The exhibit includes stage clothes, a guitar, an original photograph of 3-year-old Chuck Berry and a handbill from a 1961 Jamaica performance.
That exhibit is part of a week-long American Music Masters program on Berry's life that kicks off Monday.
Past program honorees include Aretha Franklin, Janis Joplin and Woody Guthrie.
Berry was the museum's first inductee in 1986.