The story of Jimi Hendrix’s final concert performance in Seattle, Washington on July 26, 1970
By Dave Thompson
Originally published in Experience Hendrix: The Official Jimi Hendrix Magazine (Summer 2000)
It was raining. Of course, it was raining – what else does it ever do in Seattle?
Experience Hendrix L.L.C. and Authentic Hendrix LLC to Release Jimi Hendrix’s™ Famed Star Spangled Banner via StraxAR™ Augmented Reality in Support of Black Lives MatterJul 3 2020
Experience Hendrix L.L.C. and Authentic Hendrix LLC, the family companies of the iconic guitarist is announcing a collaboration today with Strax Networks Inc. using their augmented reality application, “StraxAR™”, to present exclusive content from Jimi Hendrix™ in support of Black Lives Matter.
“Power to the people. Freedom of the soul. Pass it on to the young and old.” – Jimi Hendrix
The Hendrix family and Experience Hendrix Tour are deeply saddened at the passing of guitarist Dani Robinson, our friend and brother.
Dani was known for his incendiary showmanship on stage. His similarities to Jimi Hendrix, Jeff Beck and Jimmy Page evoked deep emotion and a desire to hear more.
Experience Hendrix expresses our deepest condolences and heartfelt sorrow at the passing of Jorge Santana, beloved guitar great. We join his brother Carlos, the Santana family, and the world, in mourning this tremendous loss, by celebrating the life of Jorge, known to many who saw him in different lights; a father, a grandfather, a powerful musician, a gentle giant, and a legend in his own right.
The Experience Hendrix Tour family is deeply saddened to learn of the passing of lap-steel guitarist, Darick Campbell, our friend and brother. Darick was known for his striking performances as a member of The Slide Brothers. He brought that energy and spirit to the Experience Hendrix 2010 and 2012 Tours.