The Jimi Hendrix Experience participate in a photo session for Fabulous 208.
The Jimi Hendrix Experience perform at the Bromel Club in the Bromley Court Hotel located in Bromley, Kent, England.
The Experience perform at the 7 1/2 Club, which marks the club’s opening night of performances.
Radio promo announcing a “new group,” The Jimi Hendrix Experiencing were joining The Monkees tour and were scheduled to appear on July 29, 1967 in Detroit, MI. The Experience would not perform on this date, having left the tour following their July 16 performance in Queens, New York.
The Jimi Hendrix Experience perform at the Honolulu International Center with support from Times Music Co. The show included performances of “Sunshine Of Your Love,” “Come On (Part One),” “Hey Joe,” “I Don’t Live Today,” “Foxey Lady,” “Star Spangled Banner,” and “Purple Haze.”
The Experience fly from New York to Salt Lake City, Utah and book into the Newhouse Hotel. In his hotel room, Jimi Hendrix writes the intricate liner notes to Warner Bros. for the production of the Electric Ladyland. (See the liner notes from the 1997 remastered edition of Electric Ladyland for complete note transcription).
Gary Kellgren works on a mix of “Long Hot Summer Night” in an early morning studio session at his Record Plant studios. The Jimi Hendrix Experience receive Gold RIAA (Recording Industry Association of America) awards for sales of more than $500,000 on their debut release, Are You Experienced.
Melody Maker headlines the article, “Hendrix Tour Of Germany Postponed” as a result of the success the group continues to have back in America. The article goes on to state that ‘Jimi has had a massive offer to appear on further dates in September during his new American tour which starts in Dallas on July 31.
The Jimi Hendrix Experience perform two shows at Hunter College in New York. The band is supported by John Hammond Jr., Soft Machine, and Mark Boyle’s Sense Laboratory. The Experience’s first show consists of “Fire,” “Hey Joe,” “Foxey Lady,” “Purple Haze,” “I Don’t Live Today,” and “Wild Thing.”