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Live

November 01st, 1968

The Experience performs at the Municipal Auditorium Arena in Kansas, Missouri where they broke the venue’s attendance record. Their show is supported by Cat Mother & the All Night Newsboys.

Live

November 02nd, 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

Live

November 03rd, 1968

November 3, 1968

Kiel Auditorium
St. Louis, Missouri

Rock Me Baby
Foxey Lady
Fire
Hey Joe
Tax Free
Star Spangled Banner
Purple Haze

Media

November 10th, 1968

An appearance by The Experience on the Ed Sullivan Show was proposed by Sullivan’s son-in-law, Bob Precht; unfortunately, the event was snubbed before ever making it off the ground.
In John McDermott’s “Hendrix: Setting The Record Straight,” Bob Levine recalls, “Sullivan Productions really wanted to have Jimi on. Ed Sullivan had to get him one way or another, so Sullivan, Precht, [Michael] Jeffrey and I sat down to talk. Sullivan wanted to have the Vienna Ballet dance to his music, with Hendrix in front of a big orchestra, done on location in Europe. Jeffrey figured out the money he would need and agreed to the concept verbally. He left the meeting to speak to somebody—I don’t know who—and when, a day or so later, I told him he was supposed to follow up with Bob Precht her replied, ‘We aren’t going to do it.’ I asked if he had spoken to Jimi and he said, ‘No, I am not going to let Hendrix do that. I’ve got my reasons.’ Jimi would have loved to have done it.”

Live

November 11th, 1968

Jimi Hendrix jams with members of Fleetwood Mac at Steve Paul’s Scene Club in the Village.