It may be a cliche, but that's because it is often true that one man's trash is another's treasure. Or in the case of "Raiders of Rock," it is two men's treasure. Those men are musician Robert Reynolds and music historian Stephen M. Shutts, who are two of the leading collectors of music memorabilia in the U.S. They go to flea markets and dig through attics and garage sales in cities across America in their search of some of music's most personal and valuable items along with other rare treasures. Shutts also owns two shops -- where customers bring in collectibles to sell him -- that are featured on the show. The Rolling Stones, Led Zeppelin and Michael Jackson are among the artists featured in some of the items seen on the docuseries.
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