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On the 4th June 1967 The Jimi Hendrix Experience played a farewell concert to a packed and ecstatic crowd at Saville Theatre, Shaftesbury Avenue, London. The Saville had been home to the ‘Experience’ for many a night throughout 1967. With ‘Are You Experienced?’, high in the charts and success in most European countries the ‘Experience’ were making the headlines. On this particular night Paul McCartney & George Harrison watched the band’s headline appearance at The Saville. The bill included the Stormsville Shakers, Procol Harum, The Chiffons & Denny Laine & His Electric String Band. The band played two shows that evening one at 6pm and the other at 8pm. Jimi opened his set with ‘Sgt Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band’, the tittle track of The Beatles Album only released three days earlier. Paul McCartney recalls: “Jimi was a sweetie, a very nice guy. I remember him opening at the Saville on a Sunday night, 4 June 1967. Brian Epstein used to rent it when it was usually dark on a Sunday. Jimi opened, the curtains flew back and he came walking forward playing ‘Sgt Pepper’, and it had only been released on the Thursday so that was like the ultimate compliment. It’s still obviously a shinning memory for me, because I admired him so much anyway, he was so accomplished. To think that, that album had meant so much to him as to do it by Sunday night, three days after the release. He must have been so into it, because normally it might take a day for rehearsal and then you might wonder whether you’d put it in, but he opened with it!. It’s a pretty major compliment in anyone’s book. I put that down as one of the great honours of my career. I mean, I’m sure he wouldn’t have thought of it as an honour , I’m sure he would have thought of it the other way round, but to me that was like a great boost.” #jimihendrix#thejimihendrixexperience#60sfashion#hendrix#60s#mitchmitchell#noelredding#rocklegend#rockphotographer#fender#gibson