Did you see Jimi Hendrix in concert? Did you meet Jimi Hendrix or have the opportunity to interview him or have some other unique, first-person encounter with Jimi Hendrix? If so, Experience Hendrix wants to hear from you.
SIGN UP FOR THE
The Jimi Hendrix Experience perform at the Bromel Club in the Bromley Court Hotel located in Bromley, Kent, England.
Jimi Hendrix is interviewed by Richard Green for the January 14th edition of Record Mirror.
Jimi Hendrix is interviewed for a February article in Rave magazine.
The Jimi Hendrix Experience participate in a photo session for Fabulous 208.
The Jimi Hendrix Experience perform at the New Century Hall located in Manchester. Opening support is by DJ Dave Eager & The Silverstone Set.
Following their performance at the New Century Hall, The Jimi Hendrix Experience visit the Twisted Wheel Club on Brazennose Street in Manchester.
The Experience perform at the Mojo A Go-Go’s Tollbar.
Jimi Hendrix is interviewed at his flat on 34 Montagu Street in London by Keith Altham. The interview is published in New Musical Express on February 14.
Following his interview with Keith Altham, The Experience participate in a photo session.
Jimi Hendrix is interview by Nick Jones for the January 21st edition of Melody Maker.
Jimi Hendrix writes the lyrics to “The Wind Cries Mary” following an argument with live-in girlfriend Kathy Etchingham.
Looking to get something new to market following their debut “Hey Joe,” Chas Chandler brought The Experience to DeLane Lea Studios in London to commence work on their next songs. This session included the basic track for “Purple Haze,” which was recorded in merely four hours. Additional recordings including “The Wind Cries Mary,” “51st Anniversary,” “The Wind Cries Mary” and “Burning Of The Midnight Lamp” were also completed.
Tape Log: Purple Haze // 51st Anniversary // Third Stone From The Sun // Fire // The Wind Cries Mary
After a day full of recording at DeLane Lea Studios, The Jimi Hendrix Experience performed two shows at the venerable Bag O’Nails. Hendrix continued to make waves in the local music scene, and whenever possible a large group of fellow musicians would attend The Experience’s shows.
On this date it has been reported that The Beatles’ Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr were in attendance, as was The Who’s Pete Townshend and John Entwistle, The Rolling Stones’ Bill Wayman, The Cream’s Eric Clapton, Lulu, The Animal’s Eric Burdon, Georgie Fame, Geno Washington, Denny Lane, and Donovan. This evening also marks the first time that Jimi Hendrix meets guitar effects wizard Roger Mayer, who would later create several effects pedals for the guitarist.
The Experience perform at the 7 1/2 Club, which marks the club’s opening night of performances.
The Jimi Hendrix Experience appear at Radio London’s booth at the International Racing Car show held at the Olympia in London. Their mimed performance is reportedly filmed for Radio London but it never airs. Hendrix later laments about the miming experience in a January 28th interview published in New Musical Express saying, “The one thing I really hate is miming, it’s so phony. So far the only thing I was asked to mime was a Radio London appearance and I felt guilty just standing there holding a guitar. If you want to scream and holler at a record you can do that at home, I’m strictly a live performer.”
The Experience perform at the 7 1/2 Club.
The Jimi Hendrix Experience perform at the Beachcomber Club with support from Jimmy Cliff & The Shakedown Sound. Jimmy Cliff & The Shakedown Sound
Set List: Killing Floor // Can You See Me // Mercy, Mercy // Like A Rolling Stone // Rock Me Baby // Third Stone From The Sun // Foxey Lady // Stone Free // Hey Joe // Wild Thing
The Jimi Hendrix Experience perform at The Country Club.
The Jimi Hendrix Experience perform at 7 1/2 Club.
The Jimi Hendrix Experience reportedly prepare recordings for Radio Luxembourg’s Ready Steady Radio! program at Tiles in London. The session never airs.
The Jimi Hendrix Experience perform at 7 1/2 Club.
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.
The Jimi Hendrix Experience perform at 7 1/2 Club ending their three-night engagement at the popular nightspot.
Jimi Hendrix is interviewed by Mike Legerwood for the January 28th edition of Disc & Music Echo.
The Jimi Hendrix Experience perform at The Speakeasy.
Jimi Hendrix is interviewed by John King for the January 28th edition of New Musical Express
The Jimi Hendrix Experience perform at the Haverstock Hill Country Club in Hampstead.
The Jimi Hendrix Experience performance at the Astoria in Oldham, Lancashire.
Jimi Hendrix is interviewed for the January 28th edition of Melody Maker.
The Experience perform at The Refectory in Golders Green, Barnet, London.
The Experience participate in a photo session at The George Public House.
The Experience performance at The Marquee Club with support from The Syn. Their performance reportedly includes “Hey Joe,” “Stone Free,” “Like A Rolling Stone,” and “Wild Thing.” The Syn
Set List: (partial) Hey Joe // Stone Free // Like A Rolling Stone // Wild Thing
The Jimi Hendrix Experience perform at The Orford Cellar in Norwich with support from The Orford Discotheque System. The Orford Discotheque System
The Experience conduct a photo session with Paul Popper outside of Hendrix’s flat in Montagu Square.
The Experience perform at Chislehurst Caves in Bromley, Kent. After the show Jimi Hendrix meets up with effects maestro Roger Mayer where he provides Jimi some of his new experimental Octavia effects pedals to try out.
The Experience perform at The Upper Cut in Forest Gate, Newham.
The Experience perform two shows at the Saville Theatre in London with support from The Who, The Koobas, Thoughts and MC Mike Quinn. Portions of this concert are filmed by Peter Clifton and appear in his 1969 feature film Popcorn and in his 1973 documentary, Sound Of The City: London 1964-73, which is also routinely referred to as Superstars In Concert and as Rock City. Portions of The Jimi Hendrix Experience’s performance are incorporated in the music video for the song, “Hey Joe.” That film also presents film footage shot by Tommy Weber during The Experience’s December 22, 1967 appearance on the Christmas On Earth Continued event. The original “Hey Joe” promotional film was included on the DVD release of Experience: Jimi Hendrix.
Set List: (partial) Rock Me Baby // Like A Rolling Stone // Can You See Me // Hey Joe // Wild Thing
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
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.