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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Topping the bill is the trio Are You Experienced - the most authentic tribute to Jimi Hendrix in Europe.
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Led by the astoundingly talented guitarist and Jimi Hendrix doppelganger, John Campbell, they are widely acknowledged as the closest thing to the original in Europe.
Ammon (who teaches philosophy, specifically logic and aesthetics, at Millsaps College in Jackson, Mississippi), "Jimi Hendrix and Philosophy: Experience Required" assembles nineteen articles by philosophers who have come to terms with the experience and the phenomenon of Hendrix, uncovering some surprising implications of Hendrix's life and work.
Had he lived longer, Jimi Hendrix likely would have been surprised at the changing attitudes about the lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) community in America, and in the Army in which he had soldiered.
Jimi Hendrix played two shows at Newcastle City Hall on December 4, 1967 (Images courtesy of Keith Johnson)
Hendrix was playing at The Starlight Room at the Gliderdrome in Boston, Lincolnshire with The Jimi Hendrix Experience that night - March 25, 1967 - and decided he wanted to give Anthea a memento she would never forget.
Channel 4 News host Guru-Murthy said: "I had a little trepidation about dressing up as Jimi Hendrix in case I didn't do him justice.
California Finest said it will be producing many cannabis products named after various song titles of Jimi Hendrix, each song representing a proprietary strain.
However, as a rock fan, one of my all-time favourite Cardiff tales involves Jimi Hendrix and a tiny islet at the opposite end of Roath Park from where the bake off takes place.
Small Town Talk: Bob Dylan, The Band, Van Morrison, Janis Joplin, Jimi Hendrix & Friends in the Wild Years of Woodstock
There is no doubt that the Jimi Hendrix Stratocaster guitar from Fender is one of the most highly anticipated musical instruments in recent years.
Jimi Hendrix is generally regarded - by fans and fellow players alike - as the greatest rock guitarist of all time.
Jimi Hendrix rarely revisited his hometown of Seattle between joining the service at 19 and dying at the tender age of 27 in London, where he rocketed to stardom in the late '60s.