On November 11, 2010, squib-box presented Too Hot To Handel Too at Handel House Museum.
The Handel House Museum is located on the upper floors of 25 and 23 Brook Street, London. 25 Brook Street was the residence of George Frideric Handel between 1723 and 1759 and 23 Brook Street was the home to rock legend Jimi Hendrix 1968–1969.
After the critical acclaim of Too Hot To Handel, squib-box was invited back to the Handel House Museum to celebrate the genius of these two musical legends simultaneously. In this sequel, we imagined what would have happened if Handel and Hendrix would have met as neighbors and the jam session that would have followed.
Loré Lixenberg — mezzo-soprano
Mark Knoop — harpsichord
Adam de la Cour — voice/guitar
Federico Reuben — live electronics
Dominic Lash — double bass
Steve Noble — drums
Neil Luck — miscellaneous
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