The new album Valleys Of Neptune, is set for release on CD and 2LP Vinyl on March 9, 2010. US vinyl to be pressed at RTI’s faciliity and individually numbered out of 5,000 pieces.
Also on March 9th, the original core Hendrix catalog including Are You Experienced,
Axis: Bold As Love, Electric Ladyland, and First Rays Of The New Rising Sun
will be re-issued as an expanded CD+DVD deluxe set.
Nationally syndicated radio show ROCKLINE will premier Jimi Hendrix’s latest album Valleys Of Neptune.
An all-star cast including Jonny Lang, Kenny Wayne Shepherd, Brad Whitford and more will be in studio to take
your calls, talk about Hendrix’s influence and the Experience Hendrix Tour.
Fans in Sweden, Norway, Finland, UK, France and Spain are the first to experience the brand new music video for “Bleeding Heart.” The previously unreleased studio recording has been given the music video treatment by Producer Julien Temple, who depicts Jimi Hendrix playing at Glastonbury; the performance he never managed to give before he died.
Total Guitar magazine of the UK is searching for their greatest cover star. The winner will grace the cover of their 200th edition of the magazine this year. Fans can vote for Jimi Hendrix at the MusicRadar poll.
Guitarist Joe Satriani talks about his forthcoming role in the 2010 Experience Hendrix Tour with ABC Radio’s Andrea Dresdale
To commemorate the release of Jimi Hendrix’s new album Valleys Of Neptune, the April 2010 edition of Guitar World magazine features a striking illustrated image of Jimi Hendrix on its cover. This issue features an in-depth look at the new Valleys Of Neptune album plus instructional videos featuring Joe Satriani and Andy Aledort who walk you through several of Hendrix’s hit songs.
RollingStone.com is reporting that “Valleys Of Neptune,” the lead-single from the forthcoming album of the same name has claimed the Number One spot on the Billboard Singles chart, ahead of artists like Lady Gaga and Sade.
This historic announcement marks Jimi Hendrix’s highest US chart position since 1968’s “All Along The Watchtower” which peaked at #20.