The boyhood home of the late guitar legend, Jimi Hendrix
will soon be either a community music center or a pile of debris. A Seattle judge has given the James Marshall Hendrix Foundation until September 1 to seek an emergency order to keep the city of Seattle from tearing down the house in which Hendrix lived in the mid-50s. The house was moved to a city-owned lot four years ago, but the Foundation and the city havenít been able to agree on plans to renovate the house as a music-oriented community center. Now, the city wants to demolish the house and use the land for something else.