Jimi Hendrix – Soft Machine – Denver 1968 Handbill

An original 1968 handbill for The Jimi Hendrix Experience and Soft Machine at the Regis College Field House in Denver, Co (on Valentine’s Day.) Bold Hendrix artwork on this mint condition, card stock handbill, which measures 5″ x 7″. Very scarce and in superb condition.

Jimi Hendrix – 1970 Dallas “Cry of Love Tour” Handbill

A handbill for Jimi Hendrix’s June 5, 1970 performance at the Dallas Memorial Auditorium during ‘The Cry of Love’ tour of America, which was to be his last tour before his death in September, 1970. This is the only example of this Dallas handbill we’ve seen; it’s in excellent condition with three long-flattened horizontal mailing […]

Jimi Hendrix – 1968 Seattle Concert Handbill

An original 1968 concert handbill advertising an appearance by the Jimi Hendrix Experience, Vanilla Fudge, Soft Machine and Eire Apparent at the Seattle Center Coliseum. Seattle was Hendrix’s hometown, so this show was a special event both for the artist and the city. This handbill, measuring 8 1/2″ x 11″, is in virtually mint condition, […]

Jimi Hendrix – Signed Ira Cohen Mylar Photograph

A beautiful signed photograph of Jimi Hendrix “in the mylar chamber” by the late artist/photographer/publisher/poet and filmmaker Ira Cohen. Cohen photographed a number of musicians, poets and artists in a mylar room he built in his New York loft. He photographed Hendrix in 1969, and the guitarist was quoted as telling Cohen “looking at your […]

Jimi Hendrix – ’67 Owned & Worn Necklace With Provenance

A multicolored glass bead necklace, owned and worn by Jimi Hendrix, circa late 1967-1968. We purchased this at legendary the June 21, 2001 Jimi Hendrix Experience auction held at Bonhams & Brooks in London. It was consigned by Kathy Etchingham, Hendrix’s longtime girlfriend and the inspiration for “The Wind Cries Mary” (Mary is her middle […]

Monterey Pop Festival – Notes For The Friendly Media Press Handout

From the collection of the late Ralph J. Gleason, here is a 3 page handout from the 1967 Monterey Pop Festival, titled “Notes for the Friendly Media.” Written by Beatles press agent Derek Taylor, who ran the press relations at Monterey Pop, these instructions were given to reporters, and contains all the do’s and dont’s […]

Jimi Hendrix – Color Proof Sheet

A proof sheet containing 12 contact prints of rare photographs of the Jimi Hendrix Experience, by German photographer Gunter Zink. This proof sheet, measuring 8 1/4″ x 11 3/4″, is printed on FujiFilm photographic paper, and has a computer printed credit label on the reverse (this is not a vintage print.) In mint condition and […]

Jimi Hendrix – The Doors – The Who – ELP – etc. – Isle Of Wight 1970 Unused Ticket and Program

An unused ticket and deluxe 56 page program for the 1970 Isle of Wight Festival, which featured performances by Jimi Hendrix (his second to last,) The Doors, The Who, Family, Procol Harum, Taste, Emerson Lake & Palmer, Free, Joni Mitchell, Miles Davis, Sly & The Family Stone, Jethro Tull, Leonard Cohen, Pentangle, the Moody Blues […]

Jimi Hendrix – Pre-fame Curtis Knight & Squires single

An early single featuring Jimi Hendrix, “How Would You Feel/Welcome Home” by Curtis Knight (and the Squires.) This 1966 single featured Jimi Hendrix before he was discovered by Chas Chandler and taken to England to become the superstar that we know and love. Both songs feature Hendrix on guitar, who arranged them as well. These […]

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