RIP: Keith Flint - The Prodigy live at Glastonbury Festival 2009

Published on Tue Mar 5, 2019 by

The Prodigy will forever be the original rave generation's angry voice, the herald of a disenfranchised youth, with Keith Flint arguably the best live performer in electronic music history RIP.

I was lucky enough to photograph their headline performance at Glastonbury festival in 2009. Definitely one of my favourite gigs - mad mosh pit, drinks flying everywhere, people going crazy.

 

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Keith Flint Glastonbury 2009

Keith Flint Glastonbury 2009

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