1. Jimi Hendrix worked as a session guitarist under the moniker Jimmy James.
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10. Jimi Hendrix moved into the Hotel Theresa in Harlem, where he befriended Lithofayne Pridgon, known as "Faye", who became his girlfriend.
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13. Jimi Hendrix had to wait until 8:30 am Monday morning to perform because of the rain delays.
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23. Jimi Hendrix started his own band in 1966 called Jimmy James and the Blue Flames that frequented bars and venues around the Greenwich Village, New York scene.
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33. Jimi Hendrix chose the army and on May 31, 1961 was sent to Fort Campbell, Kentucky.
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37. Jimi Hendrix was born in Seattle, Washington on November 27, 1942.
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45. Jimi Hendrix was posthumously inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1992 and honored with a 1993 Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award as his record sales, influence, and popularity continued undiminished into the twenty-first century among several generations of admirers.
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46. Jimi Hendrix was rushed to St Mary Abbotts Hospital, where he went into cardiac arrest and was pronounced dead at 12:45 pm on September 18, 1970, at the age of twenty-seven.
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54. Jimi Hendrix decided to leave the Isleys when they performed in Nashville and reunited briefly with old friends and colleagues.
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60. Jimi Hendrix went next with the lineup of Cox and Mitchell for the Isle of Wight Festival and his final performance at the Isle of Fehmarn in West Germany on September 6, 1970.
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62. Jimi Hendrix teamed with Cox in the King Kasuals, providing support for performers including Slim Harpo and Nappy Brown.
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63. Jimi Hendrix picked up the guitar at age eleven and was playing with local rock groups as a teenager in his hometown of Seattle, Washington.
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67. In 1969 Jimi Hendrix appeared at the famed Woodstock festival in New York state, where his performance of the "Star-Spangled Banner"—complete with apocalyptic guitar noise—captured the anguish of the Vietnam War era and became a legend and a vital component of every time-capsule summary of the period.
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70. Jimi Hendrix had an encyclopaedic knowledge of the musical roots on which the cutting-edge rock of his time was based, but, thanks to his years on the road with the likes of Little Richard and the Isley Brothers, he had hands-on experience of the cultural and social worlds in which those roots had developed and a great admiration for the work of Bob Dylan, the Beatles, and the Yardbirds.
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74. Jimi Hendrix was born in Seattle on November 27, 1942 as John Allen Hendrix.
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83. Jimi Hendrix had begged his father to send his guitar to him while in the army; post-services, he paid his dues the hard way: initially moving to Clarksville with Cox and forming a band called The King Kasuals.
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86. Jimi Hendrix engages in an intense guitar solo while performing at the Isle of Wight festival in the UK in 1970.
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87. Jimi Hendrix wears a colorful cape and forest green pants while performing on stage at the Royal Albert Hall in 1969.
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90. Jimi Hendrix consistently used a Dallas Arbiter Fuzz Face and a Vox wah pedal during recording sessions and live performances, but he experimented with other guitar effects.
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92. In July 1962, after Jimi Hendrix was discharged from the US Army, he entered a small club in Clarksville, Tennessee.
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98. Jimi Hendrix had watched Butch Snipes play with his teeth in Seattle and by now Alphonso 'Baby Boo' Young, the other guitarist in the band, was performing this guitar gimmick.
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