Jimi Hendrix New Song In AI “Apple Of My High”

A Jimi Hendrix AI song, “Apple Of My High,” was created by PGS Music using Udio, Apple Of My High [60s psychedelic rock, AI imagery and vocals by Record AI Music.



The new song features Hendrix’s clone voice. It is certainly created using voice clone technology and it’s remarkably accurate. The new AI song certainly beautifully blends the classic sound with a fresh twist.

Jimi Hendrix was an unknown 22-year-old guitarist when he was part of Little Richard’s backing band at Boston’s Back Bay Theatre, then known as the Donnelly Theatre, on May 12, 1965. A recently discovered recording of that night is now up for bidding by RR Auction in Boston, with an estimated value of $40,000 or more.

Hendrix briefly played with Little Richard’s backing band, The Upsetters, and the recording was engineered by Boston radio personality Little Walter DeVenne on a Scotch 190 reel-to-reel tape at 7.5 IPS. The recording remained in DeVenne’s personal archives until its recent discovery.

“Hearing Jimi Hendrix attack the opening chords of I Saw Her Standing There makes your hair stand up,” says Bobby Livingston, Executive Vice President at RR Auction. “Finding a live recording with both Little Richard and Jimi Hendrix is akin to discovering a musical holy grail.”

The set features a mix of rock n’ roll standards including Richards’ take on Lucille and Shake A Hand, as well as hits from the Beatles.

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