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London W1, “Empire Room”, Tottenham Court Road - Leslie Perrin accepts Jimi Hendrix’s Top Musician (World) award from Disc and Music Echo magazine on his behalf.

Denver, Colorado - TV interview with Jimi.


Regis College Field House, 3333 Regis Boulevard [the poster mentions 59th & Lowell], Denver, CO, USA.
Concert at 20:30. at this Jesuit College
Support: Soft Machine with The Mark Boyle Sensual Laboratory light show.
Promoter: Feyline Productions (Barry Fey of ‘Family Dog’ & Joel Brandes [later manager of ‘War’]).
Audience: 4,700 (sold out)
Tickets: Fey: “$3.00” ("read: ‘Jim Hendricks’")

Songs played:
Tax Free
The Wind Cries Mary
Foxy Lady
Spanish Castle Magic
I Don’t Live Today
Purple Haze
Wild Thing

American Standard was formed in Denver, Colorado during the winter of 1967.

Afterwards, Jimi moved on to the Family Dog venue to jam. 'It was kind of a private party, but anyone who wanted to play got up and played with him, including Tommy Bolin," she remembers. Source

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