James Marshall Hendrix (born: 11-27-1942) was a black man who became a rock and roll hero, a flashy super-star who seemed to be the essence of the spaced-out, druggy sixities, Hendrix was, in reality, quiet, withdrawn, and somewhat inarticulate, except when he had a guitar in his hands.
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S.C.A.R.S. The Southern California Antique Radios Society Annual meeting November 19 and 20th to demonstrate “Old Big Iron” and in our case session recording equipment. Here is how it came down. It is three weeks before November 19th and my next door neighbor, John, discovers I am a performing musician and band director. He has [...]