Old Photos of Jimi Hendrix Hanging Out with His Famous Friends in the 1960s

Born in 1942, in Seattle, Washington, Jimi Hendrix learned to play guitar as a teenager and grew up to become a rock legend who excited audiences in the 1960s with his innovative electric guitar playing. One of his most memorable performances was at Woodstock in 1969, where he performed "The Star Spangled Banner." Hendrix died in 1970 from drug-related complications, leaving his mark on the world of rock music and remaining popular to this day. Here's a collection of several images of Hendrix hanging out with his famous friends in the 1960s.


with Pink Floyd

with Carl Wayne, Steve Winwood, John Mayall and Eric Burdon

with Stephen Stills

with The Monkees

with Arthur Lee from Love

with Paul McCartney

with Brian Jones from The Rolling Stones

with Buddy Miles

with Eric Clapton

with Eric Burdon and Noel Redding

with Isley Brothers

with Wilson Pickett

with Janis Joplin

with The Who

with Joan Baez

with Keith Richards

with Lulu

with Mama Cass and Michelle Phillips from The Mamas and the Papas

with Mick Taylor from The Rolling Stones

with Mick Jagger

3 comments:

  1. That photo of Jimi with Bob Marley is a fake!

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  2. Pity him and Arthur Lee didn't record more stuff

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  3. The Marley photo is impossible. Timeline doesn't add up, Marley didn't have dreads before 1970.

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