It has been forty two years since Jimi Hendrix gave his final concert. It was Sept. 6, 1970 when the second incarnation of the Jimi Hendrix Experience took the stage at the Open Air Love & Peace Festival in Fehmarn, Germany.
A player for Kent State recovered a fumble on a kick to Towson, and took it 58 yards . . . in the wrong direction. Even worse, he was TACKLED by Towson players . . . who should have LET him keep running the wrong way.
Jimmy Page has posted another performance video on his website. This one shows him jamming with Aerosmith on "Train Kept-A Rollin'," a song he recorded as a member of The Yardbirds. The collaboration happened on August 20th, 1990 at the Marquee Club in London. Page says, "This was the third location of this famous blues and rock club, now in Charing Cross Road. The previous location, having been in Wardour Street (where I played with The Yardbirds and Led Zeppelin) and the original site, being in Oxford Street (where I’d been playing in the interval band on the Thursday blues night). So actually, I got a chance to play all the Marquee locations, but the interior of the Charing Cross Road location appeared to faithfully replicate the Wardour Street site with the cigarette- and beer-stained carpets and people passed out on the floor!"