Jimi Hendrix Exhibit Planned for the Rock Icons 70th
Birthday Celebration -
A new exhibition set to open will celebrate Jimi Hendrix
association with the UK and the rapid rise to fame that occurred
after he arrived in London in 1966.
The exhibit, which is called 'Hear My Train a Comin': Hendrix Hits
London,' is currently based in Covent Garden's Hospital Club and is
scheduled to move to the EMP Museum which is in Seattle sometime
The show is spread over 2,500 square feet and will offer the
visitors the chance to witness over 100 genuine Hendrix artefacts,
some of which have never been shown in public. Highlights will
include Hendrix's 'Westerner' hat, the original handwritten lyrics
for 'Love or Confusion', pieces from the guitar he smashed during a
show at the Saville Theater plus original blues recordings
belonging to him, fan-letters, rare-photographs, clothing and
'Hear My Train a Comin': Hendrix Hits London, was curated by
Jacob McMurray, who also developed Jimi Hendrix: An Evolution of
Sound, and Nirvana: Taking Punk to the Masses, both of which are
currently delighting rock 'n' roll fans Stateside at the EMP
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