Happy New Year!
May all your New Year experiences be unforgettable.
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Happy New Year!
Happy Birthday to Noel Redding
December 25, 1945 – May 11, 2003
Read this candid interview with Lemmy when he talked about his time on the road with Jimi Hendrix and Hendrix’s lasting influence on him and music. “You’ll never see someone like Hendrix playing the guitar again. He was unique and he was the best!”
IN THE STUDIO WITH EDDIE KRAMER + CHANDLER HARROD + JOHN McDERMOTT
We were joined by legendary producer Eddie Kramer, studio engineer Chandler Harrod and Experience Hendrix Producer/Catalog Manager John McDermott for a behind-the-scenes discussion on immersive audio and the creation of the new Dolby Atmos mix of Electric Ladyland and Los Angeles Forum: April 26, 1969.
Happy 81st Birthday Jimi Hendrix
Celebrate the life, music and legacy of the world’s greatest guitarist. An inspirational icon not just because of his cutting edge guitar talents — his stunning lyrics, creative artwork, trend-setting fashion sense, and timeless words of wisdom have inspired millions of people around the world.
EDDIE KRAMER + CHANDLER HARROD w JOHN McDERMOTT
Live Q&A Session Monday, November 27 – 3:00PM [ET]
Join us on Facebook HERE on Monday, November 27 at 3:00pm (ET) when legendary producer Eddie Kramer, studio engineer Chandler Harrod and Experience Hendrix Producer/Catalog Manager John McDermott join us to discuss immersive audio and the creation of the new Dolby Atmos mix of Electric Ladyland.
Have You Ever Been (To Electric Ladyland)? The Jimi Hendrix Experience’s iconic third studio album is now available in Dolby Atmos.
Listen Here: https://jimihendrix.lnk.to/ElectricLadylandAtmosAW
The previously unreleased live concert recording Jimi Hendrix Experience: Hollywood Bowl August 18, 1967 is now available CD, Vinyl, Digital and from all major streaming services.
Captured just five days before the US release of Are You Experienced, their album debut, this live performance is notable for being one of the last times the band performed in front of an audience as relative unknowns.