British violinist Nigel Kennedy has avoided any police action after confessing he once talked a friend into voting in an election on behalf of his wife.
The musician revealed last week (ends01Sep13) that in the 2010 U.K. general election, his wife was unable to cast her vote so he asked a pal to head to a polling booth in London on her behalf.
Kennedy said the friend used his wife's voting card to enable him to fill out the ballot paper, and the admission could have got the star in trouble for electoral fraud.
Continue reading: Nigel Kennedy Dodges Charge Over Election Blunder
British violinist Nigel Kennedy is "appalled" by allegations of sexual abuse at one of Britain's most prestigious music schools, where he studied as a child.
Police are investigating claims of historical abuse against Marcel Gazelle, the late founding music director of the renowned Yehudi Menuhin School in Surrey, England.
Gazelle, who died in 1969, is accused of assaulting young girls, and now Kennedy, who attended the institution from 1964 to 1974, has offered his own opinion on the allegations.
Continue reading: Nigel Kennedy Addresses Sex Abuse Claims Aimed At Former Teacher
Violinist Nigel Kennedy is reeling after discovering three of his valuable violins were stolen on Sunday (15MAY05) after a performance in Liverpool, England.
The classical music sensation returned to his tour bus after a show to discover his devastating loss, and he's convinced the crime was drug-related.
But heartbroken Kennedy admits the violins, worth a staggering $46,000 (GBP25,000), were not insured, and fears it will take three years for replacements to be crafted by his supplier VIOLECTRA..
Continue reading: Kennedy's Violins Stolen
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