Sara Evans may not be a rock star, but her memorabilia is now among a whole bunch of rock stars at the Hard Rock. A piece of the country singer's fashion collection will now call the Hard Rock Hotel Palm Springs home.

The Hard Rock Hotel Palm Springs hosted a three-day country music festival, appropriately named the Country Music Experience, and during that time Evans made a contribution to the location's collection. Jerrod Niemann also attended the event as a guest, and posed for a few pictures alongside Evans.

The donation (pictured above) is an outfit that the "Suds in the Bucket" singer wore for her seventh album, Slow Me Down. She wore a black one sided long sleeved shirt with dark denim shorts. The cover shoot for that album was flawless, and was photographed by Robert Ascroft in Pacific Palisades, Calif. The mom and wife traveled to the location to deliver the outfit herself, chat with fans and have a little fun!

“We couldn’t be more thrilled to add this piece to the Hard Rock Memorabilia collection and want to thank Sara Evans for her generous donation," says Stan Kantowski, general manager of that Hard Rock location. "We are fortunate and proud to be able to showcase iconic memorabilia from such great artists like Sara and many more in our hotel.”

Slow Me Down was an important album for Evans. It was released in 2014 by RCA Records. The title track and "Put Me Down" were the album's two singles, and she also had collaborations with Vince Gill, the Fray's Isaac Slade and Gavin DeGraw.

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