On a Wednesday night in January, a few friends got together for a low-key gig at Hollywood's Lucky Strike—a hidden bowling alley that doubles as a rock venue.
At last month's Summer NAMM show, Fender announced a series of new artist signature models, one of which was the Jimi Hendrix Monterey Stratocaster. Today, Fender released the new Hendrix model.
Blood, Frets and Tears is the revealing and insightful exploration of history’s great and gifted guitar players: the legends we call our guitar heroes.
Today—about a week after premieringJack Moore's cover of "Hey Joe" (featuring Gary Moore's 1961 Fiesta Red Strat)—we bring you another interesting cover of the early Jimi Hendrix track.
ZZ Top guitarist Billy Gibbons was lucky enough to spend some time with the late great Jimi Hendrix back in 1968.
In February 1967, three months before the release of their debut studio album, Are You Experienced, the Jimi Hendrix Experience took to the stage in a small club around 30 miles outside London.
Jimi Hendrix played London's Royal Albert Hall on three occasions between 1967 and 1969, firstly sharing the bill with likes of (the) Pink Floyd, the Amen Corner, the Nice and the Move.
Dagger Records has released Curtis Knight: Live at George’s Club 20 1965 & 1966on CD, and a double vinyl LP version will be available for Record Store Day (April 21).