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The following is a gigography of Jimi Hendrix.[1][2][3] It contains the following details of every concert he has ever played: the date he performed or jammed; the group with which he performed, or the other musicians with whom he jammed; the event at which he performed, where applicable; the venue at which he performed, where applicable; the location at which he performed; and the number of songs he performed. Concerts are sorted chronologically by date and seperated by year. Performances before October 1966 are only rarely dated where this information is known.

ConcertsEdit

1959Edit

Date
Group
Venue
Location
1959 The Velvetones Washington National Guard Armory Kent, Washington
1959 The Rocking Kings Polish Hall Seattle, Washington


1960Edit

Date
Group
Event
Venue
Location
February 20th, 1960 The Rocking Kings Washington Hall Seattle, Washington
1960 The Rocking Kings Teenage dance Yesler Terrace Seattle, Washington
1960 (three nights a week) The Rocking Kings Birdland Seattle, Washington
1960 The Rocking Kings All state music tournament Ballard, Seattle, Washington
1960 The Rocking Kings Annual Fair of L.C.I.O. Union Cottage Lake, Washington
1960 The Rocking Kings Western Washington State College Bellingham, Washington
July 22nd, 1960 The Tom Cats Cabaret Summer Style Dance American Legion Hall Seattle, Washington
1960 The Tom Cats Paine Field Airport Everett, Washington
1960 The Tom Cats Larson Air Force Base Near Moses Lake, Washington
1960 The Tom Cats Fort Lewis Pierce County, Washington
1960 The Tom Cats U.S. Naval Reservation, Pier 91 Seattle, Washington


1961Edit

Date
Group
Venue
Location
1961 The Tom Cats Bors Brumo nightclub Seattle, Washington
November 1961 with Billy Cox and three others Pink Poodle Club Clarksville, Tennessee


1962Edit

Date
Group
Venue
Location
May 19th, 1962 The King Kasuals Club Del Morocco Nashville, Tennessee
1962 The King Kasuals Jolly Roger Nashville, Tennessee


1965 Jimi played in Springfield, TN at Frutti's Club on 13th Street. He was stationed at Fort Campbell Army base at the time and would visit Springfield on weekends play at Frutti's. Hendrix stayed with the owners at their home for the weekend. (Circa 1961-1962.)Edit

1966Edit

1967Edit

1968Edit

1969Edit

Date
Group
Event
Venue
Location
No. of
songs
August 18th, 1969 Gypsy Sun and Rainbows Woodstock Music & Art Fair Bethel, New York, USA 16
September 5th, 1969 Gypsy Sun and Rainbows United Block Association Harlem Benefit 139 Street/Lenox Avenue New York City, New York, USA 2

1970Edit

Date
Group
Event
Venue
Location
No. of
songs
July 4th, 1970 The Cry of Love Atlanta International Pop Festival Middle Georgia Raceway Byron, Georgia, USA 17
July 5th, 1970 The Cry of Love Miami Jai Alai Fronton Miami, Florida, USA
July 17th, 1970 The Cry of Love New York Pop Festival Downing Stadium Randall's Island, New York, USA 11
July 25th, 1970 The Cry of Love Sports Arena San Diego, California, USA >8
July 26th, 1970 The Cry of Love Sicks' Stadium Seattle, Washington, USA 12
July 30th, 1970 The Cry of Love Rainbow Bridge Vibratory Colour-Sound Experiment Haleakalā Crater Maui, Hawaii, USA 10 (1st)
10 (2nd)
August 1st, 1970 The Cry of Love International Center Honolulu, Hawaii 10
August 30th, 1970 The Cry of Love 1970 Isle of Wight Festival Afton Down Isle of Wight, England 18
August 31st, 1970 The Cry of Love Tivoli Gröna Lund Stockholm, Sweden 13
September 1st, 1970 The Cry of Love Lisenberg Gothenburg, Sweden 13
September 2nd, 1970 The Cry of Love Aarhus, Denmark 2
September 3rd, 1970 The Cry of Love K.B. Hallen Copenhagen, Denmark 15
September 4th, 1970 The Cry of Love Super Concert '70 Deutschlandhalle Berlin, Germany 12
September 6th, 1970 The Cry of Love Open Air Love & Peace Festival Fehmarn, Germany 13
September 18th, 1970 with Eric Burdon and War Jam session Ronnie Scott's Club London, England 2

ReferencesEdit

  1. Shapiro, Harry; Glebbeek, Caesar [September 17th, 1990] (August 15th, 1995). "Appendix 3: Jimi Hendrix – A Life in Music: A Chronology", Jimi Hendrix: Electric Gypsy, 3rd Edition, New York: St. Martin's Griffin, pp. 693-744.
  2. The Jimi Hendrix Encyclopedia. Experience Hendrix. Retrieved on July 20th, 2008.
  3. Wilkinson, Paul. just ask the Axis. Digital Highway. Retrieved on July 20th, 2008.

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