Elvis Presley became the first musician to have a major exhibit dedicated solely to him at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum.

The exhibit, billed as the largest collection of Presley memorabilia ever assembled outside Graceland in Memphis, Tenn., features guitars, studded jumpsuits and a television set with a bullet hole.A museum curator told ABC News that's because if Presley didn't like a television program, he'd simply blow the screen out. The exhibit opened today in Cleveland.