Jimpress - Jimi Hendrix magazine with subscribers worldwide!

Since the death of Jimi Hendrix in 1970, his music and image have become synonymous with creativity and style. He transformed rock music in a way never seen before or since. Continually held up as the greatest electric guitarist of all time, he continues to influence musicians of every generation.

It is now 50 years since the death of Jimi Hendrix, in 1970, yet his music continues to inspire generation after generation, and his image remains synonymous with creativity and style. We have been providing a news and information service to collectors of the music of Jimi Hendrix since 1991. If you need to keep up to date with all things Jimi Hendrix then you need a subscription to Jimpress. Our publication schedule is fluid in order to react to "new" releases or other important news but the intention is to publish twice a year. We are currently slightly exceeding that but we only publish if we have something to say.

Issue 119 is another full colour, glossy issue, this time running to 110 pages and marking the 50th anniversary of Jimi's passing on 18 September 1970. You can order a copy of this or back issues here. You can also follow us on Twitter or catch up with breaking news or just general chit-chat on the Jimpress Forum.

And now, Issue 120 is also available with full details of the Live in Maui release and its associated documentary, Music, Money, Madness. This again breaks our record for the largest issue, running to 134, full-colour, glossy pages. More a small book than a magazine.

And yet more, as we endeavour to keep you entertained in lockdown, issue 121 is also now available. 94 sumptuous pages featuring Japanese 7-inchers, a huge Ben Franklin update, lots of reviews, and, yes, Chubby Checker! You can order a copy of this or back issues here.

And yes, you guessed, more lockdown entertainment in the form of issue 122 is now available. 92 glorious pages featuring the usual suspects plus a heavy accent on vinyl. You can order a copy of this or back issues here. Hopefully, as lockdown eases and the pubs reopen, we can now take a break and have a day at the seaside.

In addition to the magazine we have published a number of books over the years culminating in the recent compilation of all the available knowledge of Jimi's recordings, both audio and visual, professional and amateur, in eight, soon to become nine, very large volumes of From The Benjamin Franklin Studios. These A4 books are again printed on high quality, glossy paper. Parts 1-8 are now available to order and Part 9 will be available in late 2021.

Our guide to Jimi Hendrix related locations in and around London is now available again, in an updated and further expanded, 5th edition. This A5, 164-page book now covers 135 locations with a Hendrix connection, all within the M25 orbital motorway. Copies can be ordered here.