The KISW Staff picks their favorite Jimi Hendrix songs

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When it comes to the guitar, there is none greater than the late Jimi Hendrix.


September 18th, 2020 marks 50 years since his passing, and the KISW Staff pays tribute by picking our favorite songs from the Seattle shredder.


BJ Shea: "The Wind Cries Mary"


Kevin Diers: "Purple Haze"


Thee Ted Smith: "Crosstown Traffic"



Taryn Daly: "Hey Joe"


The Reverend En Fuego: "All Along The Watchtower"


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Miles Montgomery: "Dolly Dagger"


Ooh Sara: "Foxey Lady"


Sergeant Hairclub: "Voodoo Chile"



Ryan Castle: "Castles Made Of Sand"


Joey Deez: "Ezy Rider"


Steve "The Thrill" Hill: "Little Wing"


There's no disputing it - Jimi Hendrix reinvented the guitar and to this day is known as one of its greatest innovators. You can't help but stop and think about what could have been if he hadn't left this world so early. Today and every day, we remember him while honoring his life, his music and his legacy.


Happy Rocking (from a safe social distance),


Taryn Daly


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