24 FEBRUARY • SATURDAY

Jimi Hendrix is voted ‘The Rolling Stone Great Balls of Fire Award’ for 1967 by Rolling Stone (U.S.A.) magazine.

Flying from Detroit, Michigan, U.S.A., to Toronto, Ontario, CANADA.

Henry McCullough, guitarist with Eire Apparent, gets busted for drugs while going through Canadian customs, so Mick Cox is called over from England to replace him and finish off the tour.

Accommodation: “Constellation Hotel,” Toronto.

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CNE Coliseum Arena, Exhibition Place, Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
Concert at 20.30
Support: Soft Machine with The Mark Boyle Sensual Laboratory light show; The Paupers.
Poster: Psyche art band portrait by Gary Grimshaw
Audience: 8,000
The JHE went onstage at 23.00.

Songs:

Hey Joe
Foxy Lady
The Wind Cries Mary
Spanish Castle Magic
Red House
Manic Depression
Purple Haze
Wild Thing
and possibly three others.

Neville Chesters: “Very good. About 8,000 people.”

Photos provided by guest contributor Ralph Segami here.