2021 Goldin Elite Closing Jan 30 &31
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This is an extraordinary early signature of guitar god Jimi Hendrix. After a period as a sideman for Little Richard and other R&B singers, Jimi Hendrix began experimenting with creating a new blues-based sound. Misunderstood in his own country, Jimi took his new music to Europe where he formed the Jimi Hendrix Experience in 1966. Playing primarily at English venues, Jimi’s experimentation quickly attracted rave reviews and soon The Beatles, Rolling Stones and future members of Led Zeppelin were enthusiastic fans. His first single, “Hey Joe” was an instant hit, leading to several heralded British TV appearances. His next single was the famous “Purple Haze.” Released in March, 1967, this groundbreaking track became Hendrix’s signature tune. And it is at this point that the Jimi Hendrix Experience played Stockport’s Tabernacle Club. March 26 was the only date the band appeared at the Tabernacle Club, and likely the day Jimi signed this awe-inspiring piece. The front of the salmon-colored member’s pass has “Tabernacle Club” printed in black along with the hand-lettered number “1061.” The back has been signed by the guitar legend, “Love Jimi Hendrix” in black pen. The card shows edge wear with rounding to the corners and some dings, but the signature remains sharp and bright against the salmon card stock. Due to his early death in 1970 at the too young age of 27, Jimi Hendrix signatures are exceedingly scarce, making this early example on the pass for a famed venue at the moment his most famous single was climbing the charts even more desirable. This piece has been graded AUTHENTIC and encapsulated by PSA/DNA (83790640).

Jimi Hendrix Signed Inscription Card from The Tabernacle Club (PSA/DNA)
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Minimum Bid: $1,000.00
Final prices include buyers premium.: $5,100.00
Number Bids: 15
Auction closed on Monday, February 1, 2021.
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