Johnny Depp devastated by the death of Jeff Beck
Johnny Depp Y Jeff Beck they were sharing a transatlantic tour until a few weeks ago, where they dedicated themselves to promoting their debut album 18which is nominated for three Brit Awards.
the actor of Pirates of the Caribbean had visited his friend in the hospital shortly before he died, and after learning of his death He was totally devastated, he is very sad and at the moment he does not want to go out and talk about it.
“They had a very close friendship, they were extremely close, and he grew even closer last summer when they were on tour together.“said a source close to Amber Heard’s ex.
During 2022 they were doing several presentations together throughout Europe and the United States. An incredible energy was created between the two that made them generate many plans for the future where music was the main axis. But beyond work, their friendship strengthened more than ever.
not long ago, Johnny Depp said during an interview that he had “a couple that helped me a lot to stay alive, sane and happy through the weirdness and they are jeff and [su esposa] Sandra“. This shows that this affection went far beyond anything.
Jeff Beck passed away on January 10 after suddenly contracting bacterial meningitis. His family was the one in charge of giving the sad news and conveying peace of mind, commenting that she “departed peacefully.”
Like Johnny Deppmany other celebrities were greatly affected by the news of the British guitarist and shared their messages of pain and farewell through their social networks.
“The six-stringed warrior is no longer here for us to admire the spell he could weave around our mortal emotions. Jeff could channel music from the ethereal. His technique is unique. His seemingly limitless imagination of his. Jeff, I will miss you along with your millions of fans. jeff beck rest in peace”, wrote Led Zeppelin guitarist Jimmy Page on Instagram.
While Rod Stewart put together a photo of the two of them: “Jeff Beck was from another planet. He brought me and Ronnie Wood to the US in the late ’60s in his band Jeff Beck Group and we haven’t looked back since (…) You were the best, my man. Thanks for everything”.
Eric Clapton also paid tribute to him by sharing a photo of the guitarist playing along with the phrase “Always and forever.” To these three artists is added a long list of celebrities who wanted to fire him publicly.