bbc News Prodigy’s Keith Flint: In pictures 2 weeks ago admin Keith Flint in pictures – BBC News https://nav.files.bbci.co.uk/searchbox/1.1.0-9.4f867d9/script/html5shiv.min.js window[‘searchboxIEVersion’] = 8; window[‘searchboxIEVersion’] = 9; <!– <!– This site is optimised for modern web browsers, and does not fully support your version of Internet Explorer News BBC News Navigation Image copyright EPA Image caption Keith Flint, of The Prodigy, has died aged 49. Flint sang lead vocals on both the band’s number one singles, Breathe and Firestarter. Image copyright Reuters Image caption Seen here sticking his tongue out at press photographers during the 1996 MTV Europe Music Awards gala in London, Flint was known for his fluorescent spiked hair. Image copyright PA Image caption The Prodigy were known for their anti-establishment stance. Image copyright PA Image caption BBC Radio 2 DJ Jo Whiley described Flint as an “absolute sweetheart” and an “incredible iconic frontman with a soft centre”. Flint is seen here at the V97 concert at Temple Newsham, Leeds, 1997. Image copyright Reuters Image caption In 2006, The Prodigy appeared on the first day of the Isle of Wight Festival. Image copyright PA Image caption Flint was photographed away from his stage persona at the Glastonbury Festival in 2009. Image copyright PA Image caption The band performed on the main stage during BBC Radio 1’s Big Weekend, at Lydiard Park, in Swindon, in 2009. Image copyright AFP Image caption Liam Howlett (right) and fellow bandmate Maxim (left) said in a statement: “It is with deepest shock and sadness that we can confirm the death of our brother and best friend Keith Flint – a true pioneer, innovator and legend. He will be forever missed.” The three are seen here in Tokyo in 2015. Image copyright Gonzales Photo / Alamy Image caption The band were due to tour the US in May this year. . BBC News Services Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window) Continue Reading Previous Knife crime ‘has become a normality’ in SheffieldNext U.S. allows lawsuits against Cuban entities but shields foreign firms for now Leave a Reply Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.