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Jimi Hendrix
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Jimi Hendrix

Jimi Hendrix
An original souvenir programme 3 Days of Peace & Music, Woodstock Music & Art Fair, Woodstock, August 1969, signed inside in blue ballpoint pen Jimi Hendrix on biography page with printed lyrics to Foxey Lady sic -- 8½x11in. (21x28cm.); accompanied by three candid unpublished photographs of Hendrix at Woodstock, one showing him with this programme, matted with two ticket stubs Madison Square Gardens, May 18th, 1969 and The Singer Bowl, Flushing Meadows, August 23rd, 1968 -- 16x7in. (41x18cm.) framed; accompanied by a letter from the vendor detailing the provenance
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Please note this programme dates from 1969 and not 1968 as stated in the catalogue.

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According to the vendor he attended the Woodstock Festival with a group of eight friends. After Hendrix's performance the group made plans to leave the site, but due to the quagmire they had to wait for help to pull their van from a ditch, which meant they joined the inevitable queue to leave. Whilst waiting they noticed that Hendrix's car was stuck in traffic alongside theirs. They approached, said hello and asked if he would sign their programme. He duly obliged, whilst also agreeing to have his photograph taken.

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