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Jimi Hendrix’s Black Legacy Lives Through Literature

Press Release: February 05, 2019

Author writes book on Jimi Hendrix’s Impact on Black Culture

Augusta, GA— 2/5/19 —Jimi Hendrix’s relationship with the Black Community has often been maligned, misunderstood, and misrepresented. Author Corey Washington wanted to develop a vehicle to address the complex relationship in its entirety. Jimi Hendrix – Black Legacy does that, and then some.

Washington’s journey to Hendrix all started with a wrestling entrance song for wrestler Hulk Hogan, which grew into 20 years of research. Finally, that research has been developed into a book that compiles a wide variety of documentation on Jimi’s impact on Black Culture.

Highlights of Jimi Hendrix – Black Legacy:

• In-depth interviews with family, friends, and admirers
• Examination of his impact on Funk, Jazz, R&B, etc.
• Comparison of Jimi and Prince
• Behind the scenes – Jimi’s induction into R&B HOF
• Mini Band of Gypsys Book (10 Chapters)
• Jimi’s Hidden R&B Legacy
• Jimi’s unsung impact on Black/Urban radio via musical conduits

ISBN-10: 179346233X ISBN-13: 978-1793462336

For more information on Jimi Hendrix’s Black Legacy:
Website: https://www.jimibl.com
Email: [email protected]
Phone: 706-352-8921

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