In this video, Joe Chambers, CEO and Founder of the Musicians Hall of Fame & Museum in Nashville, TN, sits down with MHOF Inductee Al Kooper.
Al talks about his relationship with Jimi Hendrix and the era of the “Jam Session”. Al found Jimi to be shy and have a good sense of humor. Al also played on the Electric Ladyland record. He then goes on to tell the story of being given a guitar by Hendrix that he later sold for 0,000.
The interview was recorded at the original Musicians Hall of Fame and Museum in Nashville, TN. Visit us here: https://www.musicianshalloffame.com/
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This interview is part of a series of interviews called the Musicians Hall of Fame Backstage. See the whole Backstage Interview Catalog here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCBXToOcRzuguJlulf0xsSHw
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