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Some Thoughts About a guitar legend: Tell the Children that Jimi Hendrix Once Walked the Earth!

Text by Dawoud Kringle

On November 27th, 2011, Jimi Hendrix would have celebrated his 69th birthday. In honor of this, I offer some thoughts, observations, and meditations on the late master.

I will not waste your time with redundancies, nor repeat what has already been written about him (and if biographical information is needed, one has only to google his name, and the pages at your disposal will be saturated with all the information one could want. Instead, I want to explore the more arcane aspects of his historical significance.

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Music listings – 1/24 through 1/30

1. Arts For Arts Rucma Evolving Voice and Music Presents: 4 SETS OF MUSIC EVERY MONDAY NIGHT! A MINI JAZZ FESTIVAL EVERY WEEK!

Date:  Monday, January 24, 2011
Time: 7pm
Venue: Local 269 (269 E. Houston, NY)
Ticket: $10 per set/$15 for 2 sets/$20 for the night
Genre: Jazz/improve

Perfroming bands: Yoni Kretzmer Trio, Nora McCarthy-Dom Minasi-Ras Moshe, Avram Fefer & Charles Downs’ Centipede. Continue reading