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Producer Carol Lewis likened the project to Peter Bogdanovich's The Cat's Meow, a 2001 dramedy film I haven't seen, calling it more of a road movie than a biopic. Apparently, none of Hendrix's music will be used, nor will any of his family be featured, and so, obtaining rights from the Hendrix estate won't be an issue. I haven't heard anything about either project since initial announcements were made 2 years ago. Fast-forward to today, and it looks like it's now Andre 3000's project to lose, as IFTN reports exclusively that the rapper/actor is indeed set to star as Jimi Hendrix in a new movie that will begin filming in Ireland later this month, to be titled All Is By My Side, which will follow Hendrix’s years in England, from 1966 to 1967, when he put together his debut album, Are You Experienced. The feature film will be written and directed by John Ridley (primarily a screenwriter; this will be his second feature film directorial effort). The project is currently in pre-production in Wicklow, with principal photography set to begin in three weeks time in Dublin and Wicklow. The shoot will last six weeks in total. All Is By My Side will be co-produced by Irish producer Tristan Orpen Lynch for Dublin-based production company Subotica Entertainment alongside Donnie Darko director Richard Kelly’s Darko Entertainment and Britain’s Matador Pictures. The three companies will produce the movie under the banner of Watchtower Film Productions.
I heard a great quote from President Woodrow Wilson... It's nearly a century old, but timeless. "Nothing can take the place of persistance. Education will not, the world is full of educated derelicts. Intelligence will not, unrewarded genius is almost a proverb. Persistence and determination alone are omnipotant. The term 'press on' has always solved and always will solve the problems of the human race". That's damn right...smart guy
No Rock & Roll show is complete without an official drink. Let us introduce you to The Purple Haze. Vodka, Gin, Rum, Tequilla, a lil bar sour and a floater of Chambord. Purple in colour, sweet to the palet like strawberry lemonade. It's a pint glass of alcohol baby, it'll make you Stone Free. Join us for a round at The High Dive Seattle, in celebration of Cinco De Mayo. Can you dig it!
The High Dive Seattle Presents, A Tribute To Jimi Hendrix live without a net, with special guest Aerosmith Tribute Dream On. Cinco De Mayo, 9:30pm, tickets $8.00. Box office information contact www.highdiveseattle.com
The San Juan Community Theatre presents 'A Tribute To Jimi Hendrix', Saturday, January 28th 2012, 7:30pm. Doors open at 6:30, reserve seating tickets $12.00, student rush tickets $5.00, available at the box office, or online at http://sjctheatre.org/
Last night, I was asked about the guitar rig. It's pretty simple....Red House was recorded with an old Gibson Flying Vee, plugged straight into a 100 watt Plexi Marshall on a 4x12 with G12-30w Celestions. There is a little bit of Electro Harmonics delay in the amp's loop. Foxy Lady was done through the same amp set up, with a beat up Fender Stratocaster. That's it baby, can you dig it!