On April 7, 1968, some rock and blues legends paid tribute to Martin Luther King, who had been killed a few days earlier.
Distinguishing yourself in the colorful musical climate of 1967 wasn't easy.
In the months following his triumphant August 1969 Woodstock performance, Jimi Hendrix’s professional life took a turn for the worse.
When you're trying to sell perfume that promises "a view into the eyes of a man" and is designed for "a man who knows his freedom has no limits," who can you turn to for your commercial soundtrack?
A number of classic rock artists highlight the list of exclusives on tap for Record Store Day 2015, which takes place on April 18.
On March 24, some of Jimi Hendrix's earliest recordings will be released as You Can’t Use My Name: Curtis Knight & the Squires (Featuring Jimi Hendrix) - The RSVP/PPX Sessions.
When a guy can play "The Star-Spangled Banner" with his teeth, you don't haggle over his booking fee.
Two legendary drummer face off in the opening round of our new March Drum Madness competition, as Mitch Mitchell (who backed guitar great Jimi Hendrix) goes up against Alex Van Halen (who backs guitar great Eddie Van Halen).
In September 2013, audio of Jimi Hendrix's last-ever interview was discovered and broadcast.
If at first you don't succeed, try, try again.