Jeff Beck's House

Jeff Beck's House


Wadhurst, United Kingdom (GB)
English musician Jeff Beck’s house was a Grade-II historic country estate known as Riverhall, near the affluent community of Wadhurst, East Sussex. Though he lived with his second wife, Sandra Cash, Beck famously hosted American actor Johnny Depp frequently in the later years of his life, while Depp faced court battles amidst his divorce from Amber Heard.

Jeff Beck’s net worth was $20 million. Though he was an eight-time Grammy award winner and a two-time Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee, he never achieved the same level of commercial success as many of his peers.

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Jeff Beck was born in Wallington, Surrey, in 1944. He first heard an electric guitar at age six when he heard a Les Paul performance on the radio. He began learning to play on a borrowed guitar as a teenager and started playing in bands while attending Wimbledon College of Art. In 1965, Beck was recruited to replace Eric Clapton as the guitarist for the band The Yardbirds, based on the recommendation of Jimmy Page, who he had known since his teen years. Though he only recorded one full-length album in his 20-month tenure with the Yardbirds, it was one of the Yardbirds most successful albums. He was ultimately fired for his temper and frequent no-shows.

After The Yardbirds, Beck formed the Jeff Beck Group with Rod Stewart and Ronnie Wood. The band released two albums before breaking up. He continued to record music and tour throughout his life, with some of his last music being that he was working on with Depp.

Jeff Beck was married twice, first to Patricia Brown from 1963-67. He married Cash in 2005 and remained with her till his death from bacterial meningitis in 2023. He had no children.
English musician Jeff Beck’s house was a Grade-II historic country estate known as Riverhall, near the affluent community of Wadhurst, East Sussex. Though he lived with his second wife, Sandra Cash, Beck famously hosted American actor Johnny Depp frequently in the later years of his life, while Depp faced court battles amidst his divorce from Amber Heard.

Jeff Beck’s net worth was $20 million. Though he was an eight-time Grammy award winner and a two-time Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee, he never achieved the same level of commercial success as many of his peers.

Jeff Beck was born in Wallington, Surrey, in 1944. He first heard an electric guitar at age six when he heard a Les Paul performance on the radio. He began learning to play on a borrowed guitar as a teenager and started playing in bands while attending Wimbledon College of Art. In 1965, Beck was recruited to replace Eric Clapton as the guitarist for the band The Yardbirds, based on the recommendation of Jimmy Page, who he had known since his teen years. Though he only recorded one full-length album in his 20-month tenure with the Yardbirds, it was one of the Yardbirds most successful albums. He was ultimately fired for his temper and frequent no-shows.

After The Yardbirds, Beck formed the Jeff Beck Group with Rod Stewart and Ronnie Wood. The band released two albums before breaking up. He continued to record music and tour throughout his life, with some of his last music being that he was working on with Depp.

Jeff Beck was married twice, first to Patricia Brown from 1963-67. He married Cash in 2005 and remained with her till his death from bacterial meningitis in 2023. He had no children.
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@ 2023-01-12 01:40:54
For those unaware of Jeff Beck and I dare venture there are many, he was simply the most profound conjurer of fundamental sounds to ever play the electric guitar. A Minstrel with a vast array of musical techniques that filtered down among other musicians like glitter from the Gods. At once slashing like a Samurai with the filigree of a Great Chef, to nuancing the tiniest little flickers of sound. Many lovers of great music are today in shock and pain, we wanted it to go on and on. Goodbye Dear Jeff and let us meet again.
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@ 2023-01-12 12:14:11
Saw you at Mentor Hullabaloo in Mentor Ohio May 1968 and never stopped listening to your music. Thank You Jeff for your music and for your all. You left your mark on earth for sure.
RIP Jeff...Gods Speed.... Artie
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@ 2023-01-17 07:43:15
Dear Jeff, Since I heard your news I have spent every day listening to your guitar sounds with sadness. I was looking forward to seeing you in Tokyo this year. Rest in peace.
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@ 2023-01-21 03:02:24
i respect you jeff.~

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