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Discovering Hendrix at Handel & Hendrix in London

Post 114: Soundscapes

This latest post we have guitarist Tom Attah talking about his involvement in the project: The process of creating the musical part of this historic building’s soundscape started with a … Continue reading

1 February 2016 · Leave a comment

Post 112: Pretty Green

New Director Michelle and I went to a glamorous fashion party late last week to see Liam Gallagher’s latest collection for his label Pretty Green. And they were very pretty … Continue reading

14 January 2016 · Leave a comment

Post 111: Mentoring Handel & Hendrix

Time has flown and as we near the end of the year, so too is the building phase of our capital project. Tim Caulton, our Heritage Lottery Fund mentor talks about … Continue reading

18 December 2015 · Leave a comment

Post 110: Not open quite yet…

Apologies for the lack of postings recently things have been a bit hectic around here. In case you hadn’t noticed, which is probably unlikely, there has been some publicity about … Continue reading

6 November 2015 · Leave a comment

Post 107: 45 years ago today

Exactly a year on from Post 61 and things have moved on considerably, we are not quite there yet but it won’t be long before visitors will be able to … Continue reading

18 September 2015 · 2 Comments

Post 101: Kitting out the new learning spaces

Whilst the builders’ continue gallantly with all the physical work on our fantastic pair of houses, my mind has been full of ideas of what exactly to put in our … Continue reading

23 July 2015 · Leave a comment

Post 95: Research in Seattle

Christian Lloyd writes his latest post about his travels whilst researching Hendrix’s life at Brook Street: For a book whose focus is the period Jimi and Kathy lived in Mayfair, … Continue reading

9 June 2015 · 1 Comment

Post 88: Appearing at the Royal Albert Hall

Christian Lloyd whose first post explored Hendrix’s link with Canada talks about a recent visit to the Royal Albert Hall: “I have been thinking recently about Hendrix as a still-vital … Continue reading

24 March 2015 · 1 Comment

Post 80: Hendrix in Deptford

You will remember from a previous post (Post 69: Art from adversity) that the artist Maya Ramsay created some artworks using the walls of Jimi Hendrix’s flat. Whilst we were … Continue reading

9 February 2015 · Leave a comment

Post 72: Sitting on the top of a bus

I don’t make a habit of peering into school boy’s bedrooms but as it happened in an idle commuting moment I found myself looking out of the window of a … Continue reading

12 December 2014 · Leave a comment

Post 70: Happy Birthday JH

So Jimi would have be 72 today but of course he died at 27. Whilst it is heartbreaking that he died so young it is equally impossible to imagine Hendrix at 72. Another … Continue reading

27 November 2014 · 2 Comments

Post 69: Art from adversity

Activities have been creative and varied this week, our Composer-in-Residence Cevanne Horrocks-Hopayian continued her series of concerts which included some brilliant Hendrix inspired sets. One of the concerts was an … Continue reading

20 November 2014 · 1 Comment

Post 68: A Mayfair frame of mind

It has been busy, 1960s themed week here in Mayfair. The Bond Street Christmas lights were lit and they look very 1960s inspired – peacock feathers a go go. There … Continue reading

14 November 2014 · 1 Comment

Post 67: More information, more obsession

This week I met the two archivists from the Royal Albert Hall and I think they probably have the best jobs available in the archiving world at the moment. They … Continue reading

6 November 2014 · 2 Comments

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