Who Came to Jimi Hendrix's Electric Lady Studios

In 1968 Jimi Hendrix bought the defunct nightclub, The Generation, a venue on 8th Street in Greenwich Village, NYC, that Hendrix had frequented for impromptu performances and late-night jam sessions. As studio fees for his Electric Ladyland recording sessions were astronomical, to save costs Hendrix converted the space into his own professional recording studio - Electric Lady Studios. Now 50 years later, the list of luminaries who have recorded at this location is astonishing. The landmark Electric Lady studio has survived while the neighborhood has changed. We support the neighbors who are petitioning to rename 8th Street "Jimi Hendrix Way" in recognition of his powerful contribution to the music and culture of generations.


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