Jimi Hendrix | The Last 24 Hours

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Jimi Hendrix is widely considered the best guitar player of all time. Just hearing the name conjures an electric energy. He will always be remembered for his iconic rendition of “The Star Spangled Banner” at Woodstock, considered one of the most memorable events in music history.

This documentary explores the last 24 hours in the life of Jimi Hendrix. It explores all the rumors and fabrications that surrounded his demise.

In the days before his death, Jimi was not feeling great. He was overworked, he was not sleeping, and he reportedly had the flu. He was with his girlfriend in the days before his death.

The loss of Hendrix shocked the music world, as we lost a legend way too sooner. Take a look at the last 24 hours of his life.

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