Although their music is the sole thing that will keep them immortal in many ways, some of the ultimate rock titans that left this world have been honored by memorial statues as a way of community paying homage to their heroes.
These are some of the finest examples, check out the list of 10 statues honoring rock greats.
This statue has been raised in honor of late great AC/DC vocalist Bon Scott in the city of Fremantle, West Australia. It was unveiled at Fremantle Fishing Boat Harbour in February 2008, portraying Scott standing on a Marshal amp.
Stevie Ray Vaughan
Unveiled in 1993, three years after his death, this statue of Stevie Ray Vaughan is located in Austin, Texas as the city's very first public monument of a musician.
Located in the Vedado district in Havana, Cuba this statue was unveiled in 2000 in what is now known as the John Lennon Park.
Honoring one of the early heroes of rock, who left us at the very young age of 22, this Buddy Holly statue can be found as the centerpiece of the centerpiece of Lubbock's Walk of Fame in Buddy's city of Lubbock, Texas.
The "Otis Redding Sittin' on the Dock of the Bay" is located in the Gateway Park in the city of Macon. As one of the all-time greats, Mr. Redding left us at the young age of 26.
The King's former home of Graceland in Memphis was turned into the ultimate Elvis shrine, but this fine bronze statue comes as yet another tributes to his greatness and impact.
Located in Harry Street in Dublin, the statue of late Thin Lizzy frontman Phil Lynott was unveiled in 2005.
Ronnie James Dio
Celebrating Ronnie James Dio in the year of his passing, this statue was unveiled in 2010 in the Bulgarian city of Kavarna.
Presented in 1997 as a tribute to the ultimate guitar great, this Jimi Hendrix statue can be found on the Broadway Avenue in the Capital Hill/Broadway area of his hometown of Seattle.
Overlooking the Lake Geneva in Montreaux, Switzerland, this statue of Freddie Mercury serves a somewhat of a perfect reflection of Mr. Mercury's greatness.