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Leon Hendrix & Fulvio Feliciano Band – in the name of Jimi

Leon Hendrix & Fulvio Feliciano Band – in the name of Jimi


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Thursday Apr 27, 2023 09:30 pm


𝙇𝙀𝙊𝙉 𝙃𝙀𝙉𝘿𝙍𝙄𝙓 & Fulvio Feliciano Band
---- 𝙞𝙣 𝙩𝙝𝙚 𝙣𝙖𝙢𝙚 𝙤𝙛 𝙅𝙄𝙈𝙄 🎸
Il fratello del più grande chitarrista di tutti i tempi vi aspetta sul palco del Druso di Bergamo per riproporre la musica immortale che Jimi ci ha lasciato. Una serata che profuma di leggenda.


FULVIO FELICIANO guitar and voice
has played with Vinnie Moore – Nathaniel Peterson – Carl Palmer – Mike Terrana – Leon Hendrix – Stan Skibby and more...

MARCO D’ANGELO – bass and voice
has played with Stan Skibby, Leon Hendrix, Nathaniel Peterson and more…

has played with Buddy Miles; Uli Jon Roth; Marco Mendoza; Kee Marcello; Tony Franklin; Neil Murray; Eric Martin and many more...


via Antonio Locatelli 17
Ranica BG

📅 Giovedì 27 Aprile 2023
🕥 Inizio concerti ore 22:00

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Leon Morris Hendrix (born January 13, 1948) is an American painter, songwriter, and musician who began playing the guitar later in life and has released several albums. He is the brother of famous American rock guitarist and singer Jimi Hendrix. The Leon Hendrix Band released two albums, Keeper of the Flame in 2006, as well as the earlier Seattle Rain. In 2012, touring in USA and Europe (Italy –Kosovo – Macedonia - Poland – United Kingdom and more) Hendrix published a biography of his brother titled Jimi Hendrix: A Brother's Story. It was co-written by Adam Mitchell and published by St. Martin's Press. Leon appeared in the 2004 documentary about his brother, Jimi Hendrix: By Those Who Knew Him Best, that also featured musician Sammy Drain and Octavia inventor Roger Mayer “Leon vividly recounts Jimi's tough childhood in Seattle, and his amazing rise to fame. From Jimi's experimentation with the sound and vibration of plucking wires attached to the posts of their brass bed to the moment he picked up his first stringed instrument, this is a fresh and personal look at an enduring icon from the brother who was there from the beginning. Leon illuminates the origin and meaning of classic Hendrix tunes, which Jimi would play for his brother over the phone as he wrote them on the road. He also chronicles the complicated Hendrix family dynamic, the culture of sex and drugs that came with Jimi's stardom, and his tragic death. This captivating account sheds new light on rock and roll's genuine legend”

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