'Hendrix in London: Yesterday and Tomorrow' takes place at the Odeon Covent Garden
Marking the 40th anniversary of his death, ‘Hendrix in London: Yesterday and Tomorrow’ will see Lloyd joined by journalist and writer Charles Shaar Murray and biographer Harry Shapiro. It is due to take place at London‘s Odeon Covent Garden. The building, where Hendrix performed at while living in London, was formerly called the Saville Theatre and owned by The Beatles manager Brian Epstein.
The talk begins at 3pm (BST) on October 8.
On the same day, Lloyd will play a solo show at the capital’s Borderline venue.
In other Hendrix news, the guitarist’s former central London home at 23 Brook Street is currently open to members of the public as part of the Hendrix In Britain exhibition.