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Photos: Chickenfoot memorabilia unveiling, concert at Hard Rock Hotel

Chickenfoot (Sammy Hagar, Joe Satriani, Michael Anthony and Kenny Aronoff) rocks The Joint in the Hard Rock Hotel on Friday, June 1, 2012.
Photo: Erik Kabik/Erik Kabik Photography/

Chickenfoot Memorabilia Unveiling at HRH

Chickenfoot Rocks The Joint

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It was a busy Friday in The Entertainment Capital of the World for Chickenfoot -- frontman Sammy Hagar, guitarist Joe Satriani, drummer Kenny Aronoff and bassist Michael Anthony (like Hagar, formerly of Van Halen) -- as the group unveiled a case of memorabilia at the Hard Rock Hotel before performing at the nearby The Joint.

The memorabilia case for Chickenfoot includes custom guitars, a drumhead, sunglasses, photographs and more; 3D glasses are attached to the display window for fans to watch 3D videos of the band in concert. Creative director Todd Gallopo (in a black jacket and a white shirt) and producer Zan Passante (in the black beanie) of Meat and Potatoes Inc. attending the unveiling.

Thanks to Erik Kabik and Cassi Thomas of Erik Kabik Photography for their photo galleries and to Richard Corey for his video posted on YouTube.

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