Amy Winehouse, Rolling Stones, Oasis memorabilia to go on show

The British Music Experience will also feature items from David Bowie, Blur and Paul Weller

Amy Winehouse, The Rolling Stones and David Bowie have loaned memorabilia to a new exhibition set to open in London.

The British Music Experience, which will open at the 02 Arena in March 2009, will chart the history of British pop music and feature famous costumes and instruments, reports BBC News.

Artefacts on show will include Mick Jagger‘s Ossie Clark-designed ’70s jumpsuit, the dress Amy Winehouse wore in the video for her 2007 single ‘Tears Dry On Their Own’ and the clown suit David Bowie wore in the promo for his 1980 UK chart-topper ‘Ashes To Ashes’, plus his classic Ziggy Stardust costume.

OasisNoel Gallagher‘s Union Jack guitar will be on show, along with guitars played by Blur, Paul Weller and T-Rex‘s Marc Bolan.

A range of artists, including Dizzee Rascal, have also been filmed in conversation with other musicians, to be screened as “fantasy dinner parties” at the exhibition.

“It will be like nothing seen before – an interactive and cutting edge exhibition which will bring the history of music and its influence on all of us to life. This is just the beginning of an exhibition that will constantly evolve as much as music does and will educate even the most avid music fans,” curator Paul Lilley told BBC News.