Jimi And Me – new book

Jonathan Stathakis worked with Jimi on a movie project in 1969, so this is quite a fascinating insight into what the plans were. Because he met Jimi on several occasions to discuss the film, we learn various anecdotes about Hendrix, his demeanor, his entourage, the Hendrix office, the Shokan house, Woodstock, recording studios, New York […]

Live At The Hollywood Bowl – 18 August 1967

A new soundboard sourced of a never-before-heard Jimi Hendrix Experience performance! “Killing Floor” from this concert (supporting The Mamas & The Papas) is up on YouTube and there is also this extract of interviews about the show: https://youtu.be/P-IRA5UrZ7g Release date is November 10th on Sony. See the Posthumous live releases 2020s section for more details.

Los Angeles Forum – April 26, 1969

With the 1970 studio recordings box and The Royal Albert Hall show(s) still on hold, this new live release came as compensation. All of it has been officially released before but this time the recording has been mixed by Eddie Kramer. Released in November 2022. More details in the Posthumous Live Releases 2020s section.

Royal Albert Hall 1969

On October 21st, 2019, at the famous Royal Albert Hall there was a special, one-night-only screening of the long lost footage of the Jimi Hendrix Experience live at that very venue (24th of February 1969). Here is an eye-witness report of the film screening from fellow Hendrix fan Jacek Witecki: “I was in London recently, […]

The Astoria/Zappa Stratocaster

At Finsbury Park Astoria on March 31st, 1967, Jimi caused a sensation when he burnt a guitar for the first time. In later years the whereabouts of the remains of the guitar was a mystery. Then in 2008 a Stratocaster that was said to be the legendary guitar was sold a auction for £280,000… but […]

Further releases ?

Back in 2013, during an interview for the Elsewhere website (New Zealand) Eddie Kramer mentioned the plans to release some exciting Hendrix live shows. “There will be a lot of great, no beyond great, amazing live shows, most of which were filmed.” – “…unreleased and maybe not even heard.” Since that interview, Experience Hendrix released […]