Plaque

Sir John Dankworth

Sir John Dankworth Sir John Dankworth

Erection date: 10/5/2013

Inscription

Sir John Dankworth CBE 1927 - 2010. The celebrated jazz musician, bandleader, composer and international jazz ambassador lived here in his early years.
Waltham Forest Heritage

video of the unveiling refers to a previous plaque at this site, which contained spelling mistakes and called him Johnny, which he didn't like.

Site: Sir John Dankworth (1 memorial)

IG8, Hollywood Way, 16

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

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Sir John Dankworth

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Sir John Dankworth

Jazz musician and composer. Born John Philip William Dankworth at 38 Beech Ha...

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Sir John Dankworth

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Waltham Forest Council

Formed in 1965 from the joining of Chingford, Leyton and Walthamstow.

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