A memory of Jimi Hendrix in London

In an excerpt from his memoir, Christopher McHale remembers the first time he saw Jimi Hendrix in a small club called the Speakeasy.

Philippe Echaroux — Portrait de Jimi Hendrix en 2014 creative commons

I’m not entirely sure what is happening around me. And I’m not sure it even matters if I did. Things happened, and you navigated them with character or without. You take the…

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Writer | Composer | Producer | Human | Christopher writes about creativity, culture, technology, music, writing. www.christophermchale.com

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Christopher McHale

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Writer | Composer | Producer | Human | Christopher writes about creativity, culture, technology, music, writing. www.christophermchale.com

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