Prodigy frontman Keith Flint’s possessions are being sold at auction
The auction will take place in Cambridge next month
The Prodigy's late frontman Keith Flint’s personal possessions will go on sale at a Cambridge auction on November 7 to settle the outstanding debts of his estate.
The rave icon was found dead at his Essex home aged 49, on March 4 this year. Hundreds of fans flocked to his funeral in Braintree, Essex, later that month.
Along with the rest of the award-winning Prodigy crew, Keith found fame in the 90s by presenting a revolutionary take on electronic dance music; fusing punk rock and rave culture with massive hits such as 'Firestarter'.
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His belongings will be divided in to 170 lots, available to purchase directly from the auctioneers at Cheffins, Cambridge on November 7 at 6pm.
The sale features music awards acknowledging the Prodigy’s worldwide success, a collection of music recordings, studio reels and artwork from solo side projects Flint and Clever Brains Fryin', and the cone septum nose piercing that became a memorable part of his image.
Much more of his personal clothing and jewellery, including his motorcycle leathers and helmets will be available with signatures and dedications, starting from £15.
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Speaking on the auction; Martin Millard, Cheffins Fine Art auctioneers Director, said: "The sale is full of interesting items which give an insight into Keith's personal life and highlight the difference between his stage persona and his private life.”
Several pre-sale viewings will be available to attend from November 3.
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The Prodigy paid tribute to Keith Flint on what would have been his 50th birthday last month.
[Via; Birmingham Mail]
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