Amir Amirani is a London based film maker and writer. He and his cameraman Chris Morphet make sensitive and quirky films and documentaries. He made the documentary about the Blue Plaque – Hallelujah Hendrix.
Andrew Crofts is the writer who helped me with my book. He says he just wrote down what I told him, but of course it was very much more than that! He may be the writer on whom the lead character of the thriller film The Ghostwriter (The Ghost in the UK and Ireland) is based. It is a great story.
Harry Schapiro is Director of Communications & Information. He edits the magazine Druglink for professionals interested in drug-related issues.
Please support DrugScope.
Ed Vulliamy is a journalist and author. He will go places and write about things that other journalists are too scared to contemplate.
He wrote this piece – http://www.guardian.co.uk/music/2010/aug/08/jimi-hendrix-40th-anniversary-death
Our old flat in Brook Street is currently the museum’s administrative offices. The museum is well worth a visit just for the Handel side.
Steve Rodham is the person in charge. Jimpress is an essential resource for the Hendrix fan.
Madeline is a long term friend since the 60s. Her remarkable singing career continues.
After Ringo Starr and Paul McCartney stayed there, Jimi and I stayed and were followed by John Lennon and Yoko Ono.
Roger Mayer – brilliant sonic and electronic engineer.
An old friend and still at the cutting edge of technology.
I had a DJing job here before moving on to the Scotch of St. James. I gave up DJing to move in with Jimi and get involved with the start of his success. There are a few historical inaccuracies but the website gives the flavour of the times.
James Westbrook is a tremendously knowledgeable guitar specialist and friend.