Los Angeles: Baby boomers may remember classical sitar player Ravi Shankar from his legendary appearances at the 1967 Monterey Pop Festival and Woodstock, or his influence on popular music culture at the time.But what the 91-year-old musical icon remembers most about Monterey was hearing live rock `n` roll for the first time. It was loud, he recalls, and he walked out on Jimi Hendrix burning his guitar.The three-time Grammy winner appears for one night, September 29, in Los Angeles at the Disney Concert Hall, and ahead of the show he spoke to reporters about his music, his memories of the `60s and his friendship with late Beatle George Harrison.Q: You collaborated with many high-profile Western artists in the past. In what direction are you taking your music now?A: "Mostly I`m playing concerts. I just finished five concerts in Europe, in London, Birmingham and the Edinburgh Festival, then I went to Oslo, Norway. I finished those and now I`m looking forward to playing San Francisco and Escondido."
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