Edward Chalpin and his companies PPX Enterprises and PPX International have paid almost $900,000 to settle a dispute with Experience Hendrix, the company that owns and administers the music rights of Jimi Hendrix.

Both Chalpin, who entered into a recording agreement with the rock legend before he shot to fame, and Experience Hendrix claimed to be the rightful owner of 33 of Hendrix’s songs. Each also claimed to own the rights to an unreleased album called “Public Enemy.”

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