44 years ago at the original Woodstock, Jimi Hendrix showcased his love for America by playing his own version of the “Star Spangled Banner”. The guitar he used to play it was auctioned off on this day 23 years ago, for an astronomical sum.
Andy Johns, who worked with several legendary artists and produced and engineered some of the best albums in classic rock history, died Sunday at age 61.
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In this edition of “Carter’s Catalog,” Carter Alan discusses the Jimi Hendrix classic “Axis: Bold as Love” – in particular, the controversy surrounding the album’s cover art.
Tuesday would have been guitar legend Jimi Hendrix’s 70th birthday. And as we here in Boston paid tribute to the icon through tweets and the like, over in London they were auctioning off his favorite guitar, which sold for a hefty sum.
Hendrix would’ve celebrated 7 decades on Planet Earth today if he were still here with us. Can’t even imagine how much more he would’ve/could’ve done for music and the revolution of guitarists that he started […]
Since today (November 27) would have been Jimi Hendrix’s 70th birthday, the rock & roll community took to Twitter to send their messages of tribute.
March 5th marks the release date of a previously unreleased set of Jimi Hendrix songs called “People, Hell and Angels.” The first preview of one of the tracks, “Somewhere,” has been released online.
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