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Hendrix Home Saved
13th October 2005

Hendrix - copyright acknowledged

After, would you believe it, a four year court battle with the Seattle authorities the childhood home of Jimi Hendrix has been saved from demolition after a new location to move the house to was agreed at the last minute.

It seems that the house has already been moved to a temporary site. The dilapidated two-bedroom house will now be reconstructed on a 1.21ha site, bought for 980,000 by a foundation set up by the singer's younger brother Leon, opposite the cemetery in Seattle where the singer was buried in 1970.


  • Hendrix official website - rather clunky, but well worth a visit - here

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