Jimi Hendrix is interviewed by Klaes Borling of Swedish Radio which is broadcast on April 19th.
The Experience travel from London to Amsterdam where they check into the Hotel Schiller in Rembrandt Square (Rembrandtsplein) located in Central Amsterdam.
The Jimi Hendrix Experience perform at the Gyro Club, located in the Troutbeck Hotel in Ilkey, Yorkshire; however, the show is suspended when the police arrive and clear the room due to safety concerns caused by the size of the crowd in attendance.
Back at De Lane Lea Studios, The Experience worked on “Like A Rolling Stone” but struggled to record something that everyone liked.
Tape Log: Like A Rolling Stone
To help gear up for studio recordings at De Lane Lea Studios, The Experience head to The Speakeasy to rehearse some of the songs scheduled for recording soon.
A second photo session with Bruce Fleming at his London studio is completed on this day. Where the first session focused primarily on black & white photos, this session focused on color photography. The results of which appeared on the cover for the UK pressing of The Experence’s debut album Are You Experienced.
The Jimi Hendrix Experience perform as part of the “Grand Pop Festival” at the Cliffs Pavillion in Southend-On-Sea, Essex. They are supported by Dave Dee, Dozy, Beaky, Mick & Tich; The Nashville Teens; The Koobas; Force Five; and MC Pete Murray.
The Jimi Hendrix Experience perform at Corn Exchange with support from The Soul Trinity as part of the venue’s “Saturday Scene” event. Portions of the show including “Stone Free” and “Like A Rolling Stone” were captured on film by a Dutch filmmaker, Roeland Kerbosch.
The Experience perform at Leicester University.