Jimi Hendrix News
"We have a tradition of blowing the big ones," bassist recalls at 50th anniversary of fest
After a decade-long effort, park honoring guitar god finally arrives
Director looks back on the surreal experience of documenting a music scene on the brink of international fame
What "Purple Haze" was really about, why Mitch Mitchell almost got sacked and other lore related to the guitar god's landmark debut LP
Actor straps on guitar to shred classic rock staple for charity
John Lennon/Yoko Ono-signed "bed-in" display photograph also in Julien's 2016 "Icons & Idols: Rock N' Roll Auction"
"Power of Soul" will feature on 'Machine Gun: The Fillmore East First Show 12/31/69,' due out this fall
Guitar legend also discusses Rod Stewart reunion attempts, vintage-car obsession
Tribute trek to late guitarist to feature Band of Gypsys bassist Billy Cox, Kenny Wayne Shepherd, Dweezil Zappa and more
Film captures biggest U.S. show of late guitar icon's career
Late guitarist's adopted sister and estate operator Janie Hendrix resolves six-year trademark fight
'Jimi Hendrix: Electric Church' film will be preceded by 'Freedom: Atlanta Pop Festival' live album
'Another Little Piece of My Heart' writer on hanging with Stones and Janis Joplin: "She was terribly insecure"
'8 Mile' screenwriter Scott Silver hired to write new film featuring Hendrix recordings
Work on the "Little Wing" phase of the guitarist's hometown Seattle park set to begin in April