Rock N Roll Archaeology

Digging into Music, Culture & Technology

Why Archaeology? Because we intend to dig. This is an excavation and exploration of Rock N Roll. We start by asking: how does Rock N Roll affect the larger society, and how does the larger society affect Rock N Roll? We set a frame for our discussion: the years 1945 to 1995.

Deeper Digs in Rock: Jimy Bleu Playing Hendrix for 50 Years

In this series from The Rock n Roll Archaeology Project, host Christian Swain goes behind the scenes, on the road and further explores subjects surrounding the culture, technology and music that make Rock n Roll the magic that it is!

Jimy Bleu has been performing in a Jimi Hendrix tribute band for almost 50 years. He was educated at the Berkelee college of Music in Boston in the 1960’s, a former Columbia recording artist and has shared the stage with many world class touring artists, including Billy Cox, former bassist from Band of Gypsies and even met Hendrix several times in NYC.

On November 16th, 2016 Jimy will perform with his band ‘Kiss the Sky’ on AXS TV’s ‘World’s Greatest Tribute Bands’.

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