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Jerome Kern

Jerome Kern Jerome Kern

Erection date: 10/10/2010

Inscription

Jerome Kern, 1885 - 1945, US composer of such songs as 'The Way You Look Tonight', 'Smoke Gets in Your Eyes' and 'Ol' Man River', met his future wife Eva Leale here at The Swan in 1909, Heritage Foundation.

Plaque unveiled by Robin Gibb.

Site: Jerome Kern (1 memorial)

KT12, Manor Road, 50, The Swan Public House

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

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Jerome Kern

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Jerome Kern

Composer. Born Jerome David Kern at Sutton Place, New York City. Studied musi...

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Eva Leale

The daughter of the landlord of The Swan public house at Walton-on-Thames. Th...

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Jerome Kern

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Heritage Foundation

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Robin Gibb

One of the three Bee Gees. A proud promoter of British heritage he campaigned...

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