JIMI HENDRIX's Younger Brother LEON Interviewed On 'Focus In The Mix With Denise Ames' (Video)

Jimi Hendrix's younger brother, Leon Hendrix, was recently interviewed on the "Focus In The Mix With Denise Ames" TV show. Leon talked about family life with his now-late famous brother; showed his original artwork on Jimi; and spoke about his upcoming book. You can now watch the episode below.

"Focus In The Mix With Denise Ames" airs the first and third Friday of each month on Time Warner's channel 165 at 7:30 p.m. throughout North L.A. County and streaming on www.FocusintheMixwithDeniseAmes.com.

Recent guests on "Focus In The Mix With Denise Ames" included musicians Vinny Appice, Lemmy Kilmister, Rusy Sarzo, Eddie Money, members of RATT and MISSING PERSONS, Carmine Appice, Buck Dharma and Eric Bloom of BLUE ÖYSTER CULT, Carlos Cavazo, L.A. GUNS and many more.


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