“ I feel very blessed, I feel very lucky… Thank you all. Not sure if I can say anything else, I may pass out. Thanks, Thanks a lot.”
20 years ago, on this day (November 16) Johnny received a star on the “Hollywood Walk of Fame” as well was proclaimed by Johnny Grant (honorary mayor of Hollywood), the “Johnny Depp Day” in Hollywood. Johnny gave a short speech and attended the ceremony with his family and friends.
Johnny’s star can be found at 7018 Hollywood Blvd, in Hollywood, California, so if you find, don’t forget to take a picture and keep it clean too!
Johnny through the lens of Ross Halfin probable during the same photoshoot session realized last month.
Johnny is wearing a “rare” “1970s Fillmore West Middle Finger Staff Athletic Wear” by Mason, continuing his “hidden message” of wearing middle finger prints, and sometimes even doing the gesture. Details: The shirt is a purple crew jersey with yellow, white, and purple stripes on the collar and sleeves, probably cotton with a touch of poly. On the front, “Fillmore West” is in white letters, with a hand and the middle finger extended and a small “BG” for Bill Graham. Grahan was a German-American rock concert promoter who directed the Fillmore West, a historic rock and roll music venue in San Francisco, California, which became a famous place under his direction from 1968 to 1971.
“My dinner with Depp has a kinda ‘Beggars Banquet*’ feel to it, I think.“ 🖤 Kirk Hammett shared another photo taken by Ross Halfin, while visiting Johnny on his house.
* I think the “Beggars Banquet” reference can be understood in two meanings: First, and more acceptable, is a reference for the 1968 Rolling Stones’ album with the same name, meaning that during their dinner Johnny and Kirk played some songs from the Stones. The other meaning, if analysed under its literal meaning, it’s like as if their dinner had almost any food (I bet that they talked, drank and played more than ate something) but what they had was enough. Hence the “beggar’s banquet” expression which means that any food (literal or figurative) can be a banquet for a beggar.