Jimi Hendrix Statue
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Lonely Planet review
Psychedelic guitar genius of the late 1960s and Seattle’s favorite son, Jimi Hendrix is captured sunk to his knees in eternal rock-star pose in this bronze sculpture by local artist Daryl Smith, created in 1997 and located close to the intersection of Broadway and E Pine St.
Hendrix fans often leave flowers and candles at the statue's base, and it's not unusual to find a half-burnt cigarette stuck between his lips.