JIMI HENDRIX – 80th BIRTHDAY CELEBRATION

Showings

Cinema Arts Centre - Cinema 1 Wed, Feb 22 7:30 PM

Description

Rock Legends Live and Cindy Campbell Presents:

JIMI HENDRIX – 80th BIRTHDAY CELEBRATION

Featuring a lecture by historian and musician Jimy Bleu

Wednesday, February 22nd at 7:30 PM

Members $10 | Public $15

Join Cinema Arts Centre as we celebrate African-American History Month with a special tribute to the 1960s music legend Jimi Hendrix. This special event celebrating Hendrix’s legendary achievements will include rare film clips of Hendrix in concert as well as a lecture by famous Hendrix expert historian and musician Jimy Bleu, who has spent a lifetime keeping the Hendrix legacy alive.

Jimi Hendrix was beloved for his innovative style and amazing guitar skills as heard in his classic songs Purple HazeFoxy LadyAll Along the WatchtowerLittle WingThe Wind Cries MaryRed House, and Hear My Train A-Comin’. Hendrix was a key player in numerous iconic musical moments of the 1960s, including the original Woodstock Festival (1969), where Hendrix played his iconic version of The Star-Spangled Banner, The Monterey Pop Festival (1967), and The Isle of White Festival (1970).  Jimi Hendrix is regarded as the most important guitarist of his generation, and has sold over 24 million albums. He was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1992.

Don’t miss this thrilling one-night-only event celebrating one of the greatest musicians of all time! (Approx: 100 minutes)

Presented by Shelley Archives Inc.
And Cindy Campbell

Event poster for JIMI HENDRIX - 80th BIRTHDAY CELEBRATION at Cinema Arts Centre