The Beatles, Rolling Stones and Bowie photographer Terry O’Neill has died aged 81

O’Neill was best known as a chronicler of 1960s’ music and events, but worked with a variety of cultural figures over the years from Audrey Hepburn to Amy Winehouse

Terry O'Neill
Terry O’Neill

Terry O’Neill, the photographer who worked closely with The Beatles and The Rolling Stones to document the high points of 1960s culture, has died aged 81. O’Neill had previously been diagnosed with prostate cancer. Last month he received a CBE for services to photography, presented to him at Buckingham Palace by Prince William, the Duke of Cambridge. […]

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Kodak Black could face additional 60 years in prison following new gun charges

The rapper could face up to 30 years for each new count due to his “habitual offender” status

Kodak Black
Kodak Black in court in 2017.

Kodak Black faces the possibility of up to 60 additional years in federal prison after being hit with two more felony gun charges. The news arrives only a few days after the rapper received a a 46-month prison sentence after pleading guilty to federal weapons charges on Wednesday (November 13). The maximum sentence he could have received for […]

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Shame, Sleeper, IDER and Whenyoung to play memorial show in support of mental health charities

“Their work is vitally important”

Shame, Sleeper, IDER and whenyoung to play memorial show in support of mental health charities

Shame, Sleeper, IDER and Whenyoung are to perform a show in support of mental health charities CALM and Mind next month. The gig is in memory of booking agent Chris Meredith, who lost his battle with depression in September. The bands will perform at London’s O2 Academy Islington on December 1. Read More: ‘Am I depressed?’ – […]

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