JIMI HENDRIX Autograph Sells For Almost £6,000 At Scunthorpe Auction

February 23, 2024, a month ago

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JIMI HENDRIX Autograph Sells For Almost £6,000 At Scunthorpe Auction

A rare Jimi Hendrix autograph discovered in a Lincolnshire attic has sold at auction for £5,800, reports BBC News.

John Hicks, from Scunthorpe, found it in an old autograph book belonging to his late wife Shirley. Ms Hicks, who died four years ago, was 15 years old in 1967 when she obtained the signature during a concert in Lincoln.

The autograph, which had an asking price at £2,300, was sold on Friday at Potters Auction Saleroom in Scunthorpe.

Read more at BBC.com.

Originally set for release last November, Titan Comics has announced July 30 as the new release date for the new graphic novel, Jimi Hendrix: Purple Haze, by writer Mellow Brown, DJ BenHaMeen, and artist Tom Mandrake.

Says Titan Comics: "Here’s your first look at the art for Jimi Hendrix: Purple Haze, coming this July! This is a pure rock and roll space opera featuring the legendary Jimi Hendrix as you’ve never seen him before. Written by Mellow Brown and DJ BenHaMeen, with art by Tom Mandrake. First cover featured is the regular cover, followed by the Direct Market Edition which is exclusive to comic shops. Cover art by Tom Mandrake."

Jimi Hendrix: Purple Haze description: This epic adventure sees the iconic Jimi Hendrix as you’ve never seen him before! The story sees Hendrix embark on a perilous quest to the very center of the universe in search of a magical talisman powerful enough to unlock the incredible latent power of his trademark sound, so that he can free a diverse population starved of rock ‘n’ roll by a tyrannical intergalactic force hellbent on silencing music and enslaving all life. Jimi Hendrix: Purple Haze blends classic sci-fi pulp, and Afro-futurism to craft a psychedelic space odyssey that captures the magic, hope and rebellion that Jimi’s legendary music is known for.



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