The Experience conduct a photo session with Paul Popper outside of Hendrix’s flat in Montagu Square.
The Experience perform at Cobo Hall in Detroit, Michigan with support from Cat Mother & the All Night Newsboys.
Supported by Cat Mother & the All Night Newsboys, The Experience play at Miami Beach, Florida’s Convention Hall. Afterwards, the group fly back to New York City where they move into the Panngarden Hotel next to Madison Square Garden in midtown-Manhattan.
The Experience complete a show at Curtis Hixon Hall in Tampa, Florida. They are supported once again by Cat Mother & the All Night Newboys. One of Hendrix’s favorite spots for jamming in New York City—Steve Paul’s The Scene club—is offered up for sale in Rolling Stone magazine.
With support from Cat Mother & the All Night Newsboys, The Experience perform at the Jacksonville Coliseum in Jacksonville, Florida.
The Experience perform at Yale University’s Woolsey Hall in New Haven, Connecticut. They are supported by Terry Reid and Cat Mother & the All Night Newsboys. The Jimi Hendrix Experience are photographed in concert on November 17, 1968 at Woolsey Hall at Yale University in New Haven.
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.
The Experience flies from Honolulu, Hawaii to Los Angeles, California.
On the Island of Maui, The Experience takes part in a series of photo shoots with Ron Raffaelli for A Visual Thing. Hendrix is also interviewed at radio station K-POI in Honolulu.