Hendrix Plays at Isle of Wight Festival : 1970
18/09/1970 - ON THIS DAY IN 1970: Jimi Hendrix dies on this day in 1970. Pictured at the recent Isle of Wight music festival is pop singer Jimi Hendrix who was taken dead to St. Mary Abbot's Hospital, Kensington, London. German-born artist Monika Danneman, a former girlfriend of Hendrix, has been found dead in a fume-filled car near her home, police said.
Rock superstar David Bowie who shot to fame in the early seventies with his alter ego album, The Rise and Fall Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders From Mars. He went on to combine singing with a successful acting career, making his debut in 1976 with The Man Who Fell to Earth
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Music - Deep Purple - Royal Albert Hall
Deep Purple's rehearsal for 'Concerto for Group and Orchestra', composed by the group's organist, Jon Lord. The piece will be performed by the group for the time, together with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra at the Royal Albert Hall in aid of Task Force.
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