Jimi Hendrix mangles "The Star-Spangled Banner"?
He had actually performed it at least three times in the year prior, often as a lead-in into "Purple Haze," but Jimi Hendrix's distorted rendition of "The Star-Spangled Banner" at the Woodstock Festival on the morning of August 18, 1969, is often seen as a political statement against the Vietnam War, with some claiming that his solo imitated the sound of falling bombs and machine gun fire. Hendrix himself never admitted as much, although he later told talk show host Dick Cavett that he meant no harm by it, and actually found his rendition, characterized by its alternately tender and violent melodies, "pretty."
Horrible how Biebs fans reacted...he's a 20 min artist...she will go a long way.
The moments of "shock" mentioned here are about as powerfull as the one you would get from a dead AA battery. Give me a break and do some research dude.