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Jimi Hendrix T-Shirts for Men and Women

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Jimi Hendrix will never go out of style! An extraordinary talent and a true innovator, he had a distinctive look all his own. He is still considered by many to be the greatest rock guitarist of all time, but he was also a style icon. His afro, bandana headbands, band jackets, and paisley shirts defined his style and influenced a generation. Old School Tees has tried to put together our best collection of Jimi Hendrix t-shirts. We have Jimi Hendrix shirts to commemorate many of Jimi's greatest concerts and studio albums, and of course we have Jimi Hendirx tees in bold psychedelic prints!

Jimi Hendrix was born James Marshall Hendrix on November 27, 1942. Jimi Hendrix was a singer, guitarist, and songwriter. Jimi Hendrix is regarded as one of the best electric guitarists that ever lived. Jimi started playing the guitar when he was fifteen years old. He was born and raised in Seattle, Washington, and at the age of eighteen he joined the United States Army, and received an honorable discharge.

After his discharge from the Army, Jimi Hendrix started a band called the King Kasuals. Jimi did something that no other guitarist did, and that was play the guitar with his teeth. In 1964, “Testify” was released. The single didn’t do much, then Jimi played the guitar instrumental for “Mercy Mercy”, for Don Covay. That song did very well, and hit number thirty five on the Billboard music chart. In 1965, Jimi recorded, “I Don’t Know What You Got (But Its Got Me) with Little Richie. The song didn’t reach high on the charts.

Jimi Hendrix made his first television debut in July of 1995. He played backup for Little Richard’s band. Jimi joined Curtis Knight and the Suires later that year, and that lasted only eight months. Jimi Hendrix signed a music contract with Ed Chalpin. Jimi started touring the United Kingdom where he released, “Purple Haze”, and “The Wind Cries Mary”. Both songs were successful in the United Kingdom, and made the top ten on the charts.

The Axis: Bold as Love album was released. The cover of the album featured a psychedelic cover. There were forms of Vishnu added along with a painting of Jim that was done by Roger Law. The Axis: Bold as Love peaked at number five for over three months in the United States.

Jimi Hendrix is known for his participation at Woodstock. Jimi Hendrix was the highest paid rocker in the world in 1969. He did a rendition of “The Star Spangled Banner”, and afterwards was condemned on his performance, because the Vietnam War was very active.

Jimi Hendrix died on September 18, 1970. The coroner stated that Jimi Hendrix died of asphyxia and barbiturates intoxication. Jimi Hendrix was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1992. The United Kingdom Music Hall of Fame inducted Jim Hendrix in 2005.

Jimi Hendrix was one of the best guitarists and performers. The Jimi Hendrix Purple Haze T-shirt features Jimi and his “Purple Haze” song. Jimi Hendrix fans can wear a piece of history with the Jimi Hendrix Live USA Tour T-shirt. The Jimi Hendrix Live USA tee shirt features the tour date of 1968 on the front of the tee shirt, and Live USA, and Jimi Hendrix in the center of the vintage retro tee shirt.

The Jimi Hendrix Gunge T-shirt features Jimi as a crinkled image, and JIMI in bold letters at the bottom of the tee shirt. Any music lover would love to wear any of the Jimi Hendrix tee shirts. Jimi Hendrix is gone, but can live forever when you wear a Jimi Hendrix T-Shirt.

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