U.S. Postal Service to release new Jimi Hendrix stamps, with Janis Joplin and many more to come

U.S. Postal Service to release new Jimi Hendrix stamps, with Janis Joplin and many more to come

Mar 13, 2014

A new stamp honoring Jimi Hendrix goes on sale today (Mar. 13), marked by a public unveiling at the South by Southwest music fest.

The stamp was designed by New York based artist Rudy Gutierrez (who also did the cover for Santana's "Shaman' album) and shows Jimi playing one of his white read more...

Alice Cooper ‘Raises The Dead’ at Chumash Casino Resort

Alice Cooper ‘Raises The Dead’ at Chumash Casino Resort

Nov 25, 2013

A capacity crowd (many in trademark eye makeup) filled the Chumash Casino Resort in Santa Ynez, California on Thursday night (Nov. 21) to see the man who put the "shock" in Rock! The man who influenced so many to follow and has become a pop culture icon read more...

Rainbow Bridge Revisited revisits peculiar 1972 film featuring Jimi Hendrix

Rainbow Bridge Revisited revisits peculiar 1972 film featuring Jimi Hendrix

Jul 11, 2013

Rainbow Bridge was a peculiar 1972 film featuring JIMI HENDRIX (who had died two years before) and a cast of local eccentrics using Hendrix’s music and a whole slew of UFO sightings to explore their spirituality. 41 years later, musician and filmmaker MERRELL FANKHAUSER revisits the film to read more...

Rock Picks of the Week: Jimi Hendrix, Something Unto Nothing, Lynyrd Skynyrd, 3 Doors Down, Crashdiet, Snakecharmer

Rock Picks of the Week: Jimi Hendrix, Something Unto Nothing, Lynyrd Skynyrd, 3 Doors Down, Crashdiet, Snakecharmer

Jan 16, 2013

Rock Picks of the Week kick off with a new track from a classic artist. The new Jimi Hendrix release 'People, Hell and Angels,' will be out on March 5th, featuring 12 previously unreleased Hendrix recordings from 1968 and 1969. On 'Somewhere,' Hendrix is joined by Buddy Miles on drums and Stephen read more...

New Jimi Hendrix book and Birthday exhibition

New Jimi Hendrix book and Birthday exhibition

Jul 26, 2012

A new exhibition marking what would have been the 70th birthday of Jimi Hendrix will join previous exhibitions in London that marked anniversaries for the Rolling Stones and Pink Floyd at The Hospital Club starting tomorrow (July 27). 'Hear My Train a Comin’: Hendrix Hits London' focuses on read more...