Jimi Hendrix’s famous Monterey Pop and Woodstock performances will be immortalized with bobbleheads coming out this summer. The Jimi Hendrix estate and Kollectico have partnered to create the toys. The Monterrey Pop bobblehead is modeled after Ed Caraeff’s photo of Hendrix setting his guitar on fire. Janie Hendrix, CEO of
Yoko Ono and Janie Hendrix will help launch a new music channel called the Coda Collection. Sony Music Entertainment is behind the service that will host new music films, rare concert footage and premiere new documentaries. The channel will launch on February 21st 2021 with over 100 titles including Money,
[youtube id=”_PVjcIO4MT4″]The Jimi Hendrix Experience came from Jimi Hendrix’s years of being a supporting and session musician for others including The Isley Brothers, Little Richard, Sam Cooke and Ike and Tina Turner. Chas Chandler, who managed English rock group The Animals, took Hendrix to England to start a solo career. Hendrix, Noel Redding (bass) and Mitch Mitchell (drums) became The Jimi Hendrix Experience and Are You Experienced?