Jimi Hendrix

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United States guitarist whose innovative style with electric guitars influenced the development of rock music (1942-1970)

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The case concerns the will of Jimi's father Al Hendrix, who inherited the rights to Jimi's music when the rock star died in 1970, aged 27, but who died himself in 2002.
The case, the latest of several, concerns the last will of Jimi's father, Al Hendrix, who inherited the rights to Jimi's music when the rock star died in 1970.
Once the Hendrix family was granted rights to the recordings, the first thing Al Hendrix, Jimi's father, and Hendrix-Wright did was ask Kramer and Hendrix archivist John McDermott to track down and recover the original master tapes.
The day in April of 1993 when a touring art show that featured representations of Hendrix's image, entitled "The Jimi Hendrix Exhibition," opened at a gallery in New York City's Soho district, Al Hendrix, his father, launched a lawsuit against the organizers of the show, who control the Hendrix Estate and who are also therefore the "legal" owners of Jimi Hendrix - all he had produced, including his image.
Jimi's Dad, Al Hendrix, often expressed his desire to loan and display these items in Seattle.