Jimi Hendrix Comes to Verizon Wireless

Verizon Wireless and Universal Music Group are now offering Verizon Wireless customers more than 60 tunes from Jimi Hendrix. Verizon Wireless customers can also download full-track songs through Verizon’s V CAST music service.

Verizon Wireless customers with TXT Messaging-capable phones can get the exclusive music by sending the TXT Message “JIMI” to 7575. Once received, customers will get a reply message that will ask them to choose from ring tones, Ringback Tones or V CAST Music. Verizon Wireless customers can also purchase exclusive Jimi Hendrix ring tones and Ringback Tones to personalize their phones with the VZW Tones Deluxe application on select Get It Now enabled phones.

Ringback Tones are available to Verizon Wireless customers for a monthly fee of $0.99 per month. Each Ringback Tone purchased is $1.99, which provides unlimited use for one year. Download charges for Get It Now applications vary and airtime charges apply when browsing, downloading and using certain applications. Customers need a Get It Now enabled handset and Verizon Wireless digital service to access the Get It Now virtual store.

Below is a list of the ring tones available:

1983 …(A Merman I Should Turn To Be)
51st Anniversary
Ain’t No Telling
All Along The Watchtower (Solo)
All Along The Watchtower (Intro)
Angel (Chorus)
Are You Experienced?
Bold As Love
Burning Of The Midnight Lamp (Intro)
Can You See Me
Castles Made Of Sand
Come On (Let The Good Times Roll)
Crosstown Traffic
Drifting
EXP
Ezy Ryder
Fire
Foxy Lady
Freedom (Intro)
Freedom (Chorus)
Gypsy Eyes
Have You Ever Been (To Electric Ladyland)
Hey Joe
Highway Chile
I Don’t Live Today
If 6 Was 9
Izabella
Little Miss Lover
Little Miss Strange
Little Wing
Little Wing (Intro)
Long Hot Summer Night
Love Or Confusion
Machine Gun
Manic Depression (Verse)
Manic Depression (Chorus)
May This Be Love
Message To Love
Night Bird Flying
One Rainy Wish
Purple Haze (Chorus)
Purple Haze (Intro)
Rainy Day, Dream Away
Red House
Remember
Room Full Of Mirrors
She’s So Fine
Spanish Castle Magic (Chorus)
Spanish Castle Magic (Verse)
Star Spangled Banner
Stepping Stone
Stone Free
The Wind Cries Mary
Third Stone From The Sun
Up From The Skies
Voodoo Child
Voodoo Child (Intro)
Wait Until Tomorrow
Who Knows
You Got Me Floatin’

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