A new exhibit at Omaha's Durham Museum will have many singing about women power. The traveling exhibit from the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, "Women Who Rock," opens Saturday.
Costumes, instruments, even hand-written music from women musicians are on display, spanning the eras.
"We have everything from Cher's half-breed dress to Madonna's corset, which was really controversial in its time, to Lady Gaga's meat dress, so depending on your age and when you were in high school or when you would have remembered one of the first artists, you're going to find it here," said the Durham's Shawna Forsberg.
The exhibit will be on display in Omaha through May.
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