Jimi's friends have shared lots of really cool street art, murals and other dedications to Jimi. This mural by David Blatch appears on the Bridge Inn in Bristol. Know cool art? Share it below or email us photos at 'firstname.lastname@example.org'
Throughout much of July/August 1969, Hendrix stayed in a rented house in Shokan, NY where he was joined by Billy Cox, Larry Lee and others. This period saw Hendrix explore new musical directions which lead to an expanded ensemble that performed at #Woodstock. #JimiHendrix#Shokanhttps://t.co/lFPDajnFnf
On July 26, 1970, Jimi Hendrix performed his final hometown concert at the outdoor Sicks' Stadium in Seattle's Central District. The venue had played host to Elvis Presley in 1957, a show attended by a very young Jimmy Hendrix before his rise to fame.
Challenged by the lengthy development on "Gypsy Eyes," Hendrix returned to the Record Plant on July 24, 1968 to attempt a final master. While progress is made including some mixes, the session merely resulted in a tape box being labeled: "Check with Jimi for usage." #JimiHendrixhttps://t.co/vYvrVYqlnG
Nearly three years in the making "Angel" was a striking composition Jimi first contemplated during recording sessions for AXIS: BOLD AS LOVE. By July 23, 1970, Jimi entered Electric Lady Studios to record the rendition that first appeared on the posthumous album CRY OF LOVE. https://t.co/z8PfjQb4Wu
Our 2nd New York session on Thurs 19 March with @QobuzUSA at the Dolby Screening Room in Midtown brings you the glorious 5.1 surround mix of The Jimi Hendrix Experience's seminal 'Electric Ladyland', by original engineer, Eddie Kramer. Grab tickets at https://t.co/2JcUFYWaDshttps://t.co/gGRSpOJPK0
Come celebrate Jimi Hendrix's birthday today at Jimi Hendrix Park and experience the brand new Shadow Wave Wall in person. This recently unveiled art installation is a stunning visual tribute to the original West Coast Seattle Boy. #JimiHendrix#JimiHendrixPark #Seattlehttps://t.co/Dkcq9BNBHF