When you think of Lubbock's Rock Station being around for 32 years, we have collected some serious memorabilia. So when you go digging around you never know what you are going to find!

First of all I am sucker for any kind of music memorabilia and I love music and I love having a piece of history. Even if I am not a fan of the band, I can appreciate what the band has done for rock and roll.

With a changing of the guard here at Townsquare Media the new boss man was cleaning out his office and found these 2 very cool autographed albums.

Up first is "Frampton Comes Alive" which is a double vinyl and was released in 1976. This double live album has set the bar in which a live album is suppose to sound like. I love me some Peter Frampton and seeing this album signed is so cool.

And then we have 1985's "7800 Fahrenheit" from Bon Jovi. This was their second studio album before their smash "Slippery When Wet" and then they became superstars and household names. How cool is this piece of rock and roll history? Bon Jov in 1985 before they were superstars signing stuff and trying to get their music played. It's really humbling to see something like this.

After 32 years a lot of things get swallowed up and forgotten about, but when you do find these hidden gems it's like hitting the lottery!