Faithless’ Maxi Jazz mural unveiled at Crystal Palace’s Selhurst Park

Faithless’ Maxi Jazz mural unveiled at Crystal Palace’s Selhurst Park

A mural dedicated to the late Faithless frontman Maxi Jazz has been unveiled at Crystal Palace Football Club’s stadium, Selhurst Park.

The mural, which you can see above, features a painted image of Maxi Jazz, real name Maxwell Fraser, alongside the line, ‘This is my church’ – a reference to the Faithless hit ‘God Is A DJ’.

The artwork, which can be found in the northern corner of the Holmesdale Road Stand of Selhurst Park, was created in collaboration with British street art collective MurWalls. Fraser was a lifelong Crystal Palace fan and held a role as an Associate Director of the club.

The mural was officially unveiled on Saturday, 11th February, when people were invited to congregate before Crystal Palace’s game against Brighton & Hove Albion. Football club chairman Steve Parish was in attendance at the service, and said in a statement: “Maxi was a great man and a wonderful friend, who loved Palace with all his heart. I would urge supporters located in the Holmesdale to spend a moment visiting this new mural, which is a fitting tribute to Maxi.”

Fraser passed away “peacefully at his home in South London” in December at the age of 65.

Find out more about the mural via Crystal Palace’s website.

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