Jimi Hendrix will continue rocking from beyond the grave for another ten years - his family plans to release boxes of previously unheard recordings.
The legendary guitarist died in 1970, but his sister Janie reveals the family has enough unreleased material from the Hey Joe star to keep fans happy for another decade.
Two batches of songs, live shows, and film footage are stored in vaults at separate locations in the U.S. - and Janie plans to put the material into the public domain with a series of staggered releases.
She says, "We probably have another decade of music, including video. Every 12 to 18 months we'll continue to have new releases and... official bootlegs.
"Jimi was a workaholic. After Electric Lady studios was built he was able to record constantly for as many hours as he wanted to. It's almost as if he knew he had only four years to accomplish everything that he did. We have an amazing amount of original masters, including a lot of material that hasn't been previously released.
"We keep them in a temperature-controlled vault. We have a set of everything in Los Angeles and a set in New York in the event of something catastrophic happening. We have duplicates of everything."