Plaque

Dennis Brown

Erection date: 7/4/2012

Inscription

Dennis Emmanuel Brown, "The Crown Prince of Reggae", 1957 - 1999, singer, lyricist and musician, lived here between 1993 - 1999.
Brent Council
Nubian Jak Community Trust
Jamaica High Commission
Federation of Reggae Music
Black History Walks
Greensleeves Records

Unveiled as part of the 50th anniversary of Jamaican independence.

Site: Dennis Brown (1 memorial)

NW10, Hazeldean Road, 55

Credit for this entry to: Alan Patient of www.plaquesoflondon.co.uk

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Dennis Brown

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Dennis Brown

Singer. Born in the Jubilee Hospital, Kingston, Jamaica. A child prodigy, he ...

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Black History Walks

Black History Walks offer guided Walking Tours London to include the African ...

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Brent Council

London Borough. Formed from the Municipal Boroughs of Wembley and Willesden o...

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Greensleeves Records

A record label specialising in dancehall and reggae music. The company was fo...

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Jamaican High Commission

Located at 1 - 2 Prince Consort Road, SW7.

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