The Experience travel to the Sonian Forest (Zoniënwoud) on the outskirts of Brussels where they participate in a mimed television appearance for the Belgian show Vibrato. The forest location proves a unique setting for the television appearance. Although the show originally airs on March 21st, the original tapes are not preserved and no recordings exist from this date.
At the Marquee Club, The Experience are filmed performing “Hey Joe” and “Purple Haze” for the German television show Beat Club.
Set List: Hey Joe // Purple Haze
The Jimi Hendrix Experience record a series of songs for the BBC’s Saturday Club radio program at the BBC Broadcasting House in Marylebone. The recordings were first broadcast on February 18 along with a short interview with Jimi Hendrix done by DJ Brian Matthew.
The Experience are invited to the BBC Studios to perform “Hey Joe” live on the program Parade Of The Pops.
Set List: Hey Joe
The Jimi Hendrix Experience perform “Hey Joe” at Lime Grove Studios in Shepherd’s Bush for the BBC’s Top Of The Pops show. The performance included Hendrix singing over an instrumental backing track to meet regulations of the British Musicians’ Union.
Jimi Hendrix attends The Cream concert at the Saville Theatre.
The Experience return to the Saville Theatre with filmmaker Peter Clifton to film additional footage of The Experience performing “Hey Joe.” This color film footage is later interspersed with the black & white footage shot during The Experience’s live concerts from January 29th and included in Clifton’s films Superstars In Concert and Popcorn, plus mixed together with a studio recording of “Hey Joe” for the song’s promotional music video.
The Jimi Hendrix Experience make a live appearance on the radio program Pop North on the BBC Light program. Unfortunately, with the show being aired live, the BBC did not record or preserve the performances.
Set List: Hey Joe // Rock Me Baby // Foxey Lady
March 27, 1968 Jimi Hendrix Experience is the wildest thing here – Jane Scott “And now “Wild Thing!'” announced Jimi Hendrix. Then the wildness began last night at Public Music Hall. The tall, stove-pipe slim singer in the rainbow-hued jacket and big black hat started making love to his white guitar.