Jimi Hendrix remembered on 48th anniversary of death |

Jimi Hendrix remembered on 48th anniversary of death

The Jimi Hendrix Experience plays at the Culture House in Helsinki, Finland, in May 1967.

Jimi Hendrix was 27 when he died Sept. 18, 1970 in London.

But 48 years after his early death, his legacy to the music world is still felt.

Many mourned and eulogized the late rock ‘n’ roll icon Tuesday, paying tribute to one of the early members of the 27 Club, a group of musicians and celebrities who passed away at age 27.

The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame tweeted about Hendrix, who was inducted in 1992.

The original Rolling Stone story on the death of Hendrix can be read here.

The last show Hendrix played was at the Open Air Love & Peace Festival in Fehmarn, Germany, on Sept. 6, 1970, with the Jimi Hendrix Experience.

Zach Brendza is a Tribune-Review staff writer. You can contact Zach at 724-850-1288, [email protected] or via Twitter @imxzb.

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