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February 02, 1968

February 2, 1968 Noel Redding completes an interview for the In Sound radio program. The program is hosted by Harry Harrison. The band remains in San Francisco but moves from the Fillmore East to perform two shows at the Winterland Ballroom.

1968 February 2 Fillmore East Harry Harrison in sound radio program interview Interviews Noel Redding San Francisco the band Winterland Ballroom

February 09, 1968

Radio spot promoting The Experience’s February 9, 1968 concert in Anaheim, CA,

Jimi Hendrix Radio Promo 02/09/1968 by jimihendrixrootmusic

1968 Anaheim Anaheim Convention Center CA concert February 09 Jimi Hendrix Media Radio Promo

February 10, 1968

After a sound check, the Experience jam with Buddy Miles, Harvey Brooks and David Crosby at the Shrine Auditorium. They play a show at the Shrine later that night, accompanied by Soft Machine, Blue Cheer and The Electric Flag. The set is comprised of: “Are You Experienced?” “The Wind Cries Mary,” “Up From The Skies,” “Red House,” “Wild Thing,” and “Purple Haze.” Peter Tork attends the show and afterward hosts a party at his home in Laurel Canyon. The Jimi Hendrix Experience perform at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles, California on February 10, 1968. Photo: Chuck Boyd / © Authentic Hendrix, LLC

1968 Buddy Miles David Crosb Events February February 10 Harvey Brooks Shrine Auditorium

February 11, 1968

The band travels north to Santa Barbara, where they play at Robertson Gym with Soft Machine and East Side Kids. Bob White interviews Hendrix for the Argo, Santa Barbara. The story is published in March.

1968 East Side Kids February february 11 Interviews Robertson Gym Santa Barbara Soft Machine

February 12, 1968

The Experience fly to Seattle, Washington, Hendrix’s hometown. A press reception is held at the home of Hendrix’s father Al.

1968 Al Hendrix february 12 fly hometown Media press conference press reception Seattle the experience washington

February 12, 1968

The band plays at the Center Arena, supported by Soft Machine. Afterwards, Hendrix returns to his father’s home to spend the evening with family and friends, while Mitch and Noel spend the night at the Olympic Hotel.

1968 Center Arena Events february 12 Mitch Noel olympic hotel Soft Machine

February 13, 1968

The Experience fly to Los Angeles for a performance at the Ackerman Ballroom at the University of California, Los Angeles. According to Redding, during the performance, the crowd rushes the stage. Mitch Mitchell, Jimi Hendrix, and Noel Redding are photographed backstage prior to their February 13, 1968 performance at the Ackerman Ballroom at UCLA. Photo: Chuck Boyd / © Authentic Hendrix, LLC

1968 Ackerman Ballroom California crowd rush the stage Events February 13 Los Angeles performance the experience University of California

February 13, 1968

Hendrix plans to play at Garfield High School, but his equipment wasn’t available so he instead gives a short speech and answers a few questions. Afterwards, Jimi receives a ceremonial key to the City of Seattle.

1968 Band ceremonial key equipment wasnt available February 13 Garfield High School Hendrix jimi gives speech key to the City qna question and answer session seattle key to the city

February 14, 1968

The Experience perform at Regis College in Denver, Colorado. Soft Machine opens. Meanwhile, in London, Les Perrin accepts Hendrix’s Disc & Music Echo award for “Top World Musician.” The ceremony takes place at the “Valentine’s Night Ball” at the Empire Rooms on Tottenham Court Road.

1968 ceremony Colorado Denver Empire Rooms Events February February 14 les perrin accepts hendrix disc lond music echo award performance Regis College Soft Machine top world musician Tottenham Court Road Valentine’s Night Ball

February 15, 1968

February 15, 1968 Soft Machine, The Moving Sidewalks, and Neal Ford and the Fanatics open for The Experience at the Municipal Auditorium in San Antonio, Texas.

1968 Events February February 15 municipal auditorium Neal Ford san antonio Soft Machine texas the Fanatics The Moving Sidewalks

February 16, 1968

The Experience, along with Soft Machine, The Moving Sidewalks, and The Chessmen, play the State Fair Music Hall in Dallas, Texas. The set includes: “Are You Experienced?” “Fire,” “The Wind Cries Mary,” “Tax Free,” “Foxey Lady,” “Hey Joe,” “Spanish Castle Magic,” “Red House,” and “Purple Haze.”

1968 Are You Experienced dallas Events February February 16 Fire Foxey Lady hey joe Purple Haze Red House Soft Machine spanish castle magic state fair music hall tax free texas the chessmen The Moving Sidewalks The Wind Cries Mary

February 17, 1968

The Experience, Soft Machine, The Moving Sidewalks, and Neal Ford & the Fanatics perform at Will Rogers Auditorium in Fort Worth, Texas. The Experience play: “Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band,” “Can You Please Crawl Out Your Window,” “The Wind Cries Mary,” “Fire,” “Catfish Blues,” “Foxey Lady,” “Hey Joe,” “Purple Haze,” and “Wild Thing.” Later, Hendrix jams backstage with Billy Gibbons, guitarist for The Moving Sidewalks, and trades guitars with him. Gibbons gives Hendrix a left-handed 1957 Stratocaster and Hendrix gives Gibbons a pink Strat. (Gibbons, who later joined ZZ Top, reportedly still owns the pink guitar.)

1968 billy gibbons Can You Please Crawl Out Your Window Catfish Blues Events February February 17 Fire Fort Worth Foxey Lady guitarist hey joe left-handed 1957 stratocaster Neal Ford performance pink guitar pink strat Purple Haze sgt. pepper's lonely hearts club band Soft Machine texas the experience the Fanatics The Moving Sidewalks The Wind Cries Mary trades guitar Wild Thing Will Rogers Auditorium

February 18, 1968

The Experience, supported by Soft Machine, The Moving Sidewalks, and Neal Ford & the Fanatics, play the Music Hall in Houston, Texas. Jimi Hendrix is photographed on stage during The Experience’s February 18, 1968 performance at the Music Hall in Houston, Texas. Photo: William Warner / © Authentic Hendrix, LLC

1968 Events February February 18 houston music hall Neal Ford Soft Machine texas the experience the Fanatics The Moving Sidewalks

February 19, 1968

The band returns to New York.

1968 Band band returns to New york February February 19 flight

February 20, 1968

Jules Freemond interviews The Experience for the East Village Other. The interview is published March 8.

1968 February February 20 interview Interviews jules freemond march 8 the east village other

February 21, 1968

The Experience plays two shows at the Electric Factory in Philadelphia.

1968 Electric Factory performance Events February February 21 Pennsylvania philadelphia the experience two shows

February 21, 1968

Hendrix is interviewed for the April 1968 issue of Disco Scene.

1968 21 april 1968 Disco Scene. February February 21 Hendrix interview Interviews

February 22, 1968

The Experience plays another double-header at the Electric Factory.

1968 22 Electric Factory February february 22 Live performance the experience

February 28, 1968

The Experience and Soft Machine play two shows at The Scene Club in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

1968 Events february 28 Milwaukee Soft Machine the experience the scene club Wisconsin

August 18, 1968

Radio spot promoting The Experience’s August 18, 1968 concert in Tampa, FL

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1968 August 18 Curtis Hixon Hall FL Florida Jimi Hendrix Media Radio Promo Tampa

August 28, 1968

Radio advertisement promoting The Experience’s August 28, 1968 concert in Providence, RI

Jimi Hendrix Radio Promo 08/28/1968 by jimihendrixrootmusic

1968 August 28 concert Jimi Hendrix Media Providence Radio Promo Rhode auditorium Rhode Island RI

October 05, 1968

Honolulu International Center Honolulu, Hawaii Sunshine Of Your Love Come On (Let The Good Times Roll) Hey Joe I Don’t Live Today Foxey Lady Star Spangled Banner Purple Haze

1968 Come On Foxey Lady Hawaii hey joe Honolulu Honolulu International Center i don't live today Let The Good Times Roll Live October 5 Purple Haze Star Spangled Banner sunshine of your love

October 10, 1968

October 10, 1968 Winterland Ballroom San Francisco, California Two Shows 1st Show: Are You Experienced Voodoo Child (Slight Return) Red House Foxey Lady Like A Rolling Stone Star Spangled Banner Purple Haze 2nd Show: Tax Free Lover Man Sunshine Of Your Love Hear My Train A Comin’ Killing Floor Hey Joe Star Spangled Banner Purple Haze

1968 Are You Experienced California Foxey Lady hear my train a comin' hey joe jack cassidy jefferson airplane killing floor like a rolling stone Live lover man October 10 Purple Haze Red House San Francisco Star Spangled Banner sunshine of your love tax free Voodoo Child (Slight Return) Winterland Ballroom

October 11, 1968

Winterland Ballroom San Francisco, California Two Shows 1st Show: Are You Experienced Voodoo Child (Slight Return) Red House Foxey Lady Star Spangled Banner Purple Haze 2nd Show: Tax Free Spanish Castle Magic Like A Rolling Stone Lover Man Hey Joe Fire Foxey Lady Manic Depression Sunshine Of Your Love Purple Haze

1968 Are You Experienced California Fire Foxey Lady hey joe like a rolling stone Live lover man manic depression October 11 Purple Haze Red House San Francisco Slight Return spanish castle magic Star Spangled Banner sunshine of your love tax free Voodoo Child Winterland Ballroom

October 11, 1968

Virgil Gonsalez joined the Experience during this evening’s first show, adding flute to an extended rendition of “Are You Experienced”. During the second show, Herbie Rich sat in with the group on organ during “Like A Rolling Stone,” “Lover Man,” “Hey Joe,” “Fire,” and “Foxey Lady.”

1968 Are You Experienced Band Fire flute Foxey Lady Herbie Rich hey joe like a rolling stone lover man October 11 the experience Virgil Gonsalez

October 12, 1968

Winterland Ballroom San Francisco, California Two Shows 1st Show: Fire Lover Man Like A Rolling Stone Foxey Lady Tax Free Hey Joe Purple Haze Wild Thing 2nd Show: Foxey Lady Manic Depression Sunshine Of Your Love Little Wing Spanish Castle Magic Red House Voodoo Child (Slight Return) Star Spangled Banner Purple Haze

1968 California Fire Foxey Lady hey joe like a rolling stone Little Wing Live lover man manic depression October 12 Purple Haze Red House San Francisco Slight Return spanish castle magic Star Spangled Banner sunshine of your love tax free Voodoo Child Wild Thing Winterland Ballroom

November 02, 1968

Minneapolis Auditorium Minneapolis, Minnesota Fire Are You Experienced Voodoo Child (Slight Return) Red House Foxey Lady Little Wing Spanish Castle Magic Sunshine Of Your Love Star Spangled Banner Purple Haze

1968 Are You Experienced Fire Foxey Lady Little Wing Live Minneapolis Minneapolis Auditorium Minnesota November 2 Purple Haze Red House Slight Return spanish castle magic Star Spangled Banner sunshine of your love Voodoo Child

November 03, 1968

November 3, 1968 Kiel Auditorium St. Louis, Missouri Rock Me Baby Foxey Lady Fire Hey Joe Tax Free Star Spangled Banner Purple Haze

1968 Fire Foxey Lady hey joe Kiel Auditorium Live Missouri November 3 Purple Haze Rock Me Baby St. Louis Star Spangled Banner tax free

November 16, 1968

Boston Garden Boston, Massachusetts I Don’t Live Today Hey Joe Fire Spanish Castle Magic Voodoo Child (Slight Return) Red House Foxey Lady Purple Haze

1968 Boston Boston Garden Fire Foxey Lady hey joe i don't live today Live Massachusetts November 16 Purple Haze Red House Slight Return spanish castle magic Voodoo Child

November 27, 1968

Rhode Island Arena Providence, Rhode Island Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band Fire Hey Joe I Don’t Live Today Voodoo Child (Slight Return) Red House Sunshine Of Your Love Spanish Castle Magic Foxey Lady Star Spangled Banner Purple Haze Wild Thing

1968 Fire Foxey Lady hey joe i don't live today Live November 27 Providence Purple Haze Red House Rhode Island Rhode Island Arena sgt. pepper's lonely hearts club band Slight Return spanish castle magic Star Spangled Banner sunshine of your love Voodoo Child Wild Thing

November 28, 1968

November 28, 1968 Philharmonic Hall New York, N.Y. Two Shows 1st Show: Fire I Don’t Live Today Hear My Train A Comin’ Spanish Castle Magic Foxey Lady Red House Sunshine Of Your Love Purple Haze

1968 electronic thanksgiving Fire Foxey Lady hear my train a comin' i don't live today Live new york New York City November 28 Philharmonic Hall Purple Haze Red House spanish castle magic sunshine of your love

December 01, 1968

Coliseum, Chicago, Illinois Killing Floor I Don’t Live Today Spanish Castle Magic Foxey Lady Red House Sunshine Of Your Love Voodoo Child (Slight Return) Fire Purple Haze

1968 chicago Coliseum December 1 Fire Foxey Lady i don't live today Illinois killing floor Live Purple Haze Red House Slight Return spanish castle magic sunshine of your love Voodoo Child

December 12, 1968

Wembley Studios London, England Yer Blues Mitch Mitchell joined John Lennon, Keith Richards, and Eric Clapton to take part in the Rolling Stones Great Rock & Roll Circus television special. The group, which Lennon dubbed the Dirty Mac, performed a version of “Yer Blues”. This legendary recording remained unreleased for more than two decades before ABKCO Records released the program on CD and home video.

1968 ABKCO Records December 12 Dirty Mac England Eric Clapton John Lennon Keith Richards London Mitch Mitchell Recording Rolling Stones Great Rock & Roll Circus television special unreleased Wembley Studios Yer Blues

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