All eight Washington representatives in Congress are supporting legislation to rename the Renton Highlands’ USPS post office in honor of Jimi Hendrix.
Rep. Adam Smith introduced a bill that proposes the post office at 4301 NE 4th Street in Renton be named “James Marshall ‘Jimi’ Hendrix Post Office Building.”
Jimi Hendrix makes another appearance on the cover of the new issue of Uncut Magazine.
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Rock Cellar Magazine rediscovers Jimi Hendrix with this interview with Eddie Kramer and John McDermott on the Hendrix Vault, and what’s next: https://www.rockcellarmagazine.com/2018/05/11/jimi-hendrix-vault-eddie-kramer-john-mcdermott-interview/
“I think Hendrix was an artist that loved to create and didn’t necessarily feel it was about the performing,” explains Catalog Manager John McDermott. Read this month’s cover story in Guitar Tricks Insider for details on Jimi Hendrix’s unparalleled creative process.
Go Inside Jimi Hendrix’s ‘Both Sides of the Sky’ With Eddie Kramer & Janie Hendrix – Entertainment WeeklyMar 28 2018
The years 1968 and 1969 were a period of transition for Jimi Hendrix as he continued to explore new sounds. Eddie Kramer and Janie Hendrix spoke with Entertainment Weekly about some of this groundbreaking music found on the new album, Both Sides of the Sky.
“Jimi’s soul was sweet and genuine,” explains Eddie Kramer. “He had such a passion for not only his music but other peoples’ music as well.”
Check out more to the stories behind Both Sides of the Sky through this Billboard interview.
LATEST ALBUM COMPLETES CHART STREAK FOR TRILOGY OF POSTHUMOUS RELEASES
Released by Experience Hendrix and Legacy Recordings on March 9, Jimi Hendrix’s Both Sides of the Sky debuted at #8 on the Billboard 200, as well as #3 on both the Top Current Albums and the Top Rock Albums chart.
If you missed last night’s performance of “Red House” on Jimmy Kimmel Live!, be sure to check out this video. Buddy Guy is joined by Billy Cox (Hendrix); Mato Nanji (Indigenous); Calvin Cooke & Chuck Campbell (The Slide Brothers); and Tim Austin as they play this classic Jimi Hendrix blues hit in support of the newly released album, Both Sides of the Sky.