The Rolling Stones guitarist Keith Richards has announced the death of his beloved photographer Peter Lindbergh. Keith Richards was savagely disrespected by a famous actor a few days ago.
He said, “With great respect for a brilliant photographer! RIP, Peter Lindbergh ! KR Photo (c)Peter Lindbergh @therealpeterlindbergh #peterlindbergh.”
He told the family, “Rest in Peace, Peter! I feel blessed to have worked with you. Sending my deepest sympathy to his family.”
Lindbergh’s family announced on September 4th, “It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of Peter Lindbergh on September 3rd 2019, at the age of 74.
He is survived by his wife Petra, his first wife Astrid, his four sons Benjamin, Jérémy, Simon, Joseph and seven grandchildren. He leaves a big void.”
Keith Richards’ daughter threw off her wedding dress in a new photo. In addition to Keith Richards, Peter also photographed Naomi Campbell, Kate Moss, Linda Evangelista, Greta Thunberg, Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie, Salma Hayek Pinault, and New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern.
He wrote in his book Shadows on the Wall, “It should be a duty for every photographer working today to use his creativity and influence to free women and everyone from the terror of youth and perfection.”
A new The Rolling Stones book called ‘Rolling Stones 69’ by Patrick Humphries is set for release on Thursday, “Against a backdrop of social unrest and protests The Rolling Stones entered 1969 as a successful blues band that had experimented with psychedelia but were returning to their rock’n’roll roots.
By the end of 1969 they had released a stone cold classic, lost one of their founding members, played an era defining concert at Hyde Park to half a million people and seen a fan stabbed to death at their concert in Altamont. This is the story of how 1969 cemented the Stones as ‘the greatest rock & roll band in the world.'” A Van Halen icon savagely mocked Keith Richards recently.