Till Lindemann and Joey Kelly, two men of extremes. One is the frontman of Rammstein and at the same time the lyricist. The other is a member of the Kelly Family and the extreme athlete. How do they experience this trip? Two prominent names – who are the people behind it? What connects two different personalities?
Joey Kelly and Till Lindemann ride in the narrow canoe on the Yukon through Alaska and defy the violence of nature. Close to a close friendship.
The illustrated book titled “Yukon” soon being released by National Geographic – NG Buchverlag GmbH on October 10, 2017 packs images of grandiose landscapes, breathtaking portraits by Thomas Stachelhaus and unpublished poems by Till Lindemann as well as an exclusive interview by the two authors.
About the author and other contributors
Joey Kelly, born in Toledo in Spain in 1972, first became known as a band member of the legendary Kelly Family, which he successfully managed over ten years. Today he appears as an enthusiastic sportsman. He has already broken countless records and travels to the most exotic corners of the world to face the toughest extreme races: from the Ultraman to Hawaii, the Badwater Run in Death Valley, and the Race Across America bike race.
Till Lindemann, born in 1963 in Leipzig, spent his youth doing sports (swimming), had worked as a carpenter, basket-maker and technician. Since 1994 he is the frontman, singer and lyricist of the cult band Rammstein. He completed his training as a pyrotechnician in 1996. In 2015 he started his solo project Lindemann. He also known as a poet as he published two successful poetry books.
- Hardcover: 192 pages
- Publisher : NG Buchverlag GmbH; Edition: 1 (Release: October 10, 2017)
- ISBN-10: 3866906404
- ISBN-13: 978-3866906402